Usually it’s me doing the walking. Not this time. My knee is in a brace and I am trying to make the most of recovery while talking to others that are using walking as a means of inspiration. Meet Damian and Damien. Two guys who left Mozambique on foot from Ponta do Ouro on 30… Read More Walking the South African Coastline
Every time I go to Durban I add Sprigs to my list of places to visit. Every time I fall short. Not this year. A last-minute meeting in Kloof put me in the right spot. With the meeting done I followed my appetite to Sprigs in the Fields shopping centre. The business was started by… Read More Coffee in Kloof
What a special Indaba it was this year. Not only are we celebrating 25 years of South African democracy but also had our President grace us at the Durban ICC during the annual 3 day travel and trade show.
We end the annual Africa Travel Indaba with A drink at The Oyster Box and a curry night in Durban. It’s Palki’s in Musgrave Road. Again. Why fix if it ain’t broken? Too much spicy goodness with Porcupine Ridge wines. Thank you Durban, you’ve been good to us! See you again next year.
Night change to day Dark becomes light Quiet stirs Its a new start Nowhere does day break with so much promise as in Africa.
Good vibes, long walks and friendly people. That is Durban’s Promenade. This morning I took my customary walk to pick up steam for smooching with the travel and trade industry. One good picture is enough inspiration to last the day. I took one.
No Indaba day is complete without an early morning walk along the Durban beachfront promenade. After a brisk walk and a few photos the day gets hectic with meetings and the attendance of sessions to make the most of Africa’s biggest tourism pilgrimage. Cape Whale Coast Tourism has space at the colourful and visible Wesgro… Read More 2019 Africa Travel Indaba Day 1
Cape Whale Coast people flew with Mango Airline to join the annual migration to Durban. We do this to make sure our destination is front of mind when travelers make plans. Yes, we grow economies one holiday at a time. Yes, we are in Durban at the annual Travel Indaba to network and do business.… Read More 2019 Africa Travel Indaba
The Shongweni Farmers & Craft Market was started in 1998 with 12 stalls. Today there are more than 150 stalls and judging by the number of cars arriving by the minute on the day of my attendance this is one popular gathering place. Twenty years of marketing is quite a record and certainly built a… Read More Shongweni Farmers & Craft Market
Nelson Mandela casts his vote in South Africa’s first democratic election, at the Ohlange High School in Inanda KwaZuluNatal. It is interesting to understand why he chose this specific place to change South Africa’s history on 27 April 1994. Dr John Dube, the first president of the ANC, lived on this property and established the… Read More Nelson Mandela’s Vote on 27 April 1994