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Durban is a very deep city, a city fill of grit and history. The Wave House at Gateway flaunts some great waves.
Find them at 102 Prince Alfred Street (Florence Nzama). Enjoy a cold drink and cheese cake in the gallery café which spills out into the garden. At Wilson’s Wharf there are many restaurants and fastfood spots to choose from and the flickering lights on the water at night are particularly atmospheric. In the Bovine market cow heads are collected by trolley operators from local butcheries, the traders then skin the head, utilising only the facial meat which is then boiled in large pots. The best thing about Durban is that winter, summer- it’s always a good idea to kick off your slops and leap into that beautifully warm sea.We look forward to sharing our passion and expertise with you.“Just a little note to say thank you for your services.The Flow rider is R50 an hour for members and R75 an hour for non-members. Find it at Galaxy Gateway Theatre of Shopping, Palm Blvd, Durban. This afro-chic beach-side takeaway spot is right on the promenade. The perfect place to practice your Godzilla destroying e Thekwini pose, Mini Town is fun for kids and grown-ups too. Much-beloved by Durban parents, kids can explore the grounds which used to be an ostrich farm but now houses crocodiles, buck, meerkats, cranes, flamingoes, wallabies, monkeys and tortoises. Though a little scruffy these days, Fun World is a beach amusement park with tons of nostalgia value.The food is simple and delicious and comes in two flavours- hot is chili, koel is lemony. Tickets cost R15 for adults and R10 for children aged 2-12. There’s also the Blue Zoo tea garden for coffee and cake. Find out more from the knowledgeable Zoologist here. Founded in the 1930’s by Arthur Thornton, Durban Fun World started out as a miniature steam train ride.Rollerblades, skateboards, umbrellas, boogie boards, kids bikes, tandem bikes, push bikes and swingballs are also available for hire. You can find her work in countries all over the world including Sweden, Scotland, the USA and China.
Visit Warwick Junction in central Durban for a closer look at her murals including life-like portraits of the traders on columns adjacent to the Early Morning Market.
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You haven’t been to Durban if you haven’t eaten the triple cheese and chip roti with mutton gravy after a night of jolling hard. He wandered into the hotel 10 years ago as a stray and has never left, flourishing on prawn tidbits. Built for the 2010 Fifa World Cup, the enormous stadium has many adrenaline-inducing activities on offer.
Afternoon tea costs R220 per head and is from 14h30 to 17h00 daily. The Sky Car, a single cabin that runs up steel tracks on the northern arch of the stadium and is designed to roll down the arch under its own gravity (in case of load shedding), has a 106m vantage point.
The cableway was added in 1970 and still offers a great view of the city.