The sun rising from the seat at Umdloti on the Kwa Zulu – Natal Coast in South Africa. Ships are silhouetted and hidden in the morning mist.
Durban skyline from the ski-boat club near the harbour entrance, under a dramatic sky. It was a grey day but a bit of help from Snapseed improved the view 😊 We spent a bit of time on the beach here after our visit to the harbour mouth, when we saw the ship come in….
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.
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.
Cocktail time. After our high tea at the Oyster Box in Umhlanga we paid a visit to the Lighthouse Bar. Great cocktails and good service. Stay and eat eat if you like – the menu looked good. After the high tea we could not have done the menu any justice. #umhlanga #rocks. #kzn #kwazulunatal #oysterboxhotel…
Gone fishing. A fisherman’s rod standing in the sand waiting for a bite. Ships on the horizon queue to get into Durban harbour. Incredible light on the whole scene as the sun attempts to get through the cloud cover. Photos from our Durban Trip, 2016. from 500px Waiting for a Bite via IFTTT
Shelly Beach The next Stage Of our Durban trip. The start is in the Durban Holiday 2016 post Shelly Beach. We last stayed there in 1991. Of course, the are has changed massively. A big new mall and general expansion were very visible. One place we did recognise, which doesn’t appear to have changed in…
A Durban Holiday, all about family and friends. A Durban Holiday filled with great beaches and superb food and camaraderie.
The view from a friend’s deck of the river mouth at the St Michaels on Sea beach. The river forms the border between Shelly Beach and St Michaels.