posted by Colm Hanratty | 0 Comments
Today is Monday February 15th, but I haven’t been able to update what I’ve been up to in our blog for a while now, hence the dates at the beginning of the posts. First of all, what I got up to last Thursday.
Thursday February 11th: I managed to go on that city tour today. It was a tour guide called Sagren Naicker who works with Tekweni Ecotours who are based here in Durban. First stop was the beach.
Durban has many beaches, but North Beach is arguably its most popular. At the moment there’s a lot of construction going on there in the run up to the World Cup but it’s going to look spanking new by the time it arrives in July.
I won’t get too long winded about the rest of the day, but over the course of the next few hours we saw a famous Durban township called Cato Manor, we called out to a temple on the outskirts of the city, and we got a great view of the skyline from Windsor Wharf.
If you’re looking to get a good overview of the city, check them out when you’re here. Now, as you can see, I’m updating my blog. I’m going to go to a neighbourhood called Glenwood for dinner later. I’ve been told there are lots of restaurants along Devonport Road. Wonder what I’ll have?
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