Durban

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Durban

Well that’s the first leg of our African adventure over, we have travelled approx 3000km so far. We have one night in Durban before we catch our flight to Port Elizabeth. We arrived in Durban around lunch time. The journey which was around 228km and took around 2:45 minutes. We decided to stop for some lunch. On the R617 on the Midlands Meander Route, by chance we stumbled across the Pickle Pot Cafe, glad we did amazing little place a real gem, good food nice owners, worth a stop. As we entered Durban it was immediately apparent how lovely the place is, a very modern cosmopolitan city indeed. We had only booked one night in Durban as our connecting flight to Port Elizabeth was the next day. Straight away we knew that we should have booked longer, as the place had a good feel it. As Durban boasts large Indian population our guide book recommended a well rated Indian restaurant called Mali’s which was very handy indeed as it was in the same street as our B&B, Goble Palms Resort, which incidentally I would also recommend staying as is a very beautiful old colonial house. Back to the meal, I can honestly say it was one of the best Indian meals I have had. Starters, main dishes and bread for two and a bottle of wine all for around £30.

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