#MeetSouthAfrica. Durban and Umhlanga Rocks. East Coast.

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#MeetSouthAfrica. – Before we knew it, the week was gone and we flew into Durban with all it has to offer, immediately taking to the Golden Mile with the rest of the group for an #‎Instawalk. Sharing stories of the respective experiences we’d accumulated whilst collecting more memories. Including that of dinner on a rooftop with pop-up pros Zak & Tonic. A wonderful time in glorious Durbs weather.

We stayed at the lovely Tsogo Sun Beverly Hills Hotel in Umhlanga to the sound of waves crashing on the sand. Rhythmic and soothing after being on the move. I took a walk to the pier, watched the sun rise and set, ate all the grapes at breakfast, slept with my door open to the balcony and the fresh sea breeze … Joining the Travel Bloggers Conference and Indaba 2015. Read the highlights of these events as summarised by The Roaming Giraffe.

Some pics of my time on the beautiful East Coast. First, Durban.

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Sand art on the beach. The artist tells me this is Kim Kardashian 😉 

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Then, Umhlanga Rocks.

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View from my super luxurious and wonderful room.

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Warm, warm waters. This is the East Coast doing winter.

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The famously photographed Umhlanga pier.

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Durban. As always you left a sparkle in my eye and a bounce in my step, thanks for being good to me … Till we walk and talk again.

Read more about my week on #MeetSouthAfrica here

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