The Lighthouse at Umhlanga Rocks, taken from the Lighthouse Bar in the Oyster Box Hotel.
Bunny Chow – a speciality of the Durban area of kwaZulu-Natal in South Africa. Have to have a bunny if I go to Durban. But there’s nothing to say i can’t make one at home in the UK.
And there are no bunny rabbits involved!
It may be winter. It may be in England. The sun came out and we just had to have a boerewors braai. More to the point the boerewors was supplied by our local English butcher.
Rocks and sea. One of those things you can just sit and watch all day. The sea breaking on the rocks. Posted on Instagram http://ift.tt/2mC2NRx – @hairy1travels.
Over time the Durban Beachfront has evolved and changed. On our trip it was still a great place to drop in for breakfast in sight of the sea.
A pretty scene of a house on a hill in the mists. Taken in the wine lands near Hermanus in the Western Cape area of South Africa, near Cape Town. What a beautiful place to […]
The Valley of a Thousand Hills seen from Botha’s Hill on the Comrades marathon route between Durban and Pietermaritzburg in kwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Durban Harbour – second biggest sea port in Africa and biggest in sub-saharan Africa. It’s a busy port, it’s also a good place for a tourist day out.
Durban City Hall, built in the early 1900s Durban City Hall The Durban City Hall, now also known as the eThekwini City Hall was built in the 1900s based on the Belfast City Hall in […]