A breaking wave in the sunrise light, with spray in the air. Great morning view at Umdloti in kwaZulu Natal, South Africa.
Part of the Durban Skyline, looking back from the new pier at the Bay of Plenty. Amazing how much is still there from 40 years ago.
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!
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.
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 Northern Ireland. It is still a very impressive building, though in modern times surrounding central business district buildings tower over…
Beach Sun and Sea Arriving in Umdloti, there is little question about what happens in the town. Arriving on the single road into town, Umdloti spreads along the coast in two directions. Aside from a small shopping centre, it’s all holiday flats and cabanas. This is definitely a place to have a holiday by the…
Kites in the sky, but the two surfers are invisible, hidden between the waves in this scenen from the beach at Umhlanga, near Durban, South Africa.
Breaking waves and ships. As the waves break on the beach, the ships sil across the horizon, or wait patiently at anchor to enter harbour.
Breaking waves on a beach. On holiday it can be great to just sit in the sun and watch the waves break on the beach. Check this out.