Gwahumbe Game & Spa
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... his gleaming fangs shone brightly. For a few moments we watched his
enormous body, nearly 19 feet long. Cleopatra his wife, emerged from
the water with her wicked yellow green eyes gleaming madness and her
long tail moving slowly and gracefully.
one snake pit, a cobra sprang among the dried branches. Its great
eyes fixed upon our shadows on the glass pane. Each time Bert moved
with his yellow checkered shirt, the viper crouched its way nearer
... in South Africa, and it is on every weeknight. The food in the homestay has been surprisingly good, but there is not as much variety in the food as we can find in America. I have been really enjoying my time in the homestay, and I have been sleeping so well!
I have started to bond with the children of the community. After class on most days, a few of my friends and I walk to the dirt fields in Cato Manor and play ...
... a local Bunny Chow joint and were not disappointed. A hollowed out loaf (or half or quarter loaf) of bread filled with a spicy Indian curry is to Durban what Chocolate is to Belgium. You just cannot leave without trying it.
Later we headed to the much recommended KwaMuhle Museum which some guide books say is an absolute 'must-see' and were disappointed to find that it was closed for pest control. With threat of imminent rain, we decided that ...
... with a barbeque at Jills house. The only difference is all the children are grown up now. Charlie and Ingrid and their daughter Hayley and husband came as well as the Mahons, Sam and her husband Shaun and their 2 children. I was struck once again how much of the talk revolved around muggings, murders, robberies..... I think I have been away from this so long that I dont enjoy it whilst those that live this way are so used to it!!
... putting on my finger –
whoopsies ! Guess the old school dont joke about such things.
it was a wonderful view of the city even though we missed the
magnificence of a good storm. And a beautiful moment when 12 hours
later we were standing together on Nina as we motored out of the
harbour, we waved up at the restaurant retrospectively at ourselves