Travel Blogs from Durban
... For example, our fine dinner with wine and dessert at Montagu came to around forty dollars after tip.
After another nice night in the tent we checked out and went to another roadside/ creekside crag that had a one minute approach and we proceeded to climb for the next five hours. Had the place all to ourselves and we both got thoroughly worked... in a good way!
... at what she does and has success in keeping people well. When she dies she will have a role in selecting the next person to take on her role. This was fascinating that there are such old practices still continuing as an integral part of daily life despite modern clinics and hospitals being a bus ride away in the city, yet another homestead, picking up that each family has its own circle of huts and the village was in fact spread over a large valley. The ...
... many black South African lives for the next 42 years while they stood there in court, shaking hands and smiling triumphantly? When I think of this time in history, I often relate apartheid to Australia's Stolen Generation, when aboriginal children were forcibly removed from their homes and parents, institutionalized in Catholic boarding houses, suffering inequality and racial hatred from ignorant white colonists and a government hell bent on 'educating' these kids. To ...
... and an air hawk for Maxie's nice bum. So we're on the way. Done almost 100km already. Still on N2 to the north. Just stopped for some breakfast at the Ultra city. Slightly cool but nothing to worry about. Bike going well. Panniers not a problem. Maxie also feeling good. Road out of Durban was a bit busy. Wanted to leave at 6 but eventually got going just before 7. North of Umhlanga road opened up ...
... mine. This
battle has been going on for almost 10 years and has been
passion-filled, scary, depressing, heart-warming and everything in
between. This story is not for the light-hearted.
My journey into the calendar
The weather prohibited me from seeing
all of the stunning places on the Wild Coast that Mom got to visit,
but luckily I got to meet so many of the people. And I did see
stunning landscapes and get to visit rondovel complexes in remote