Dating in durban

The cableway was added in 1970 and still offers a great view of the city.

Entrance is free and you can buy tickets at the kiosk for the rides.

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.

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Grab a beer and enjoy live music in this historical space. Don’t miss the Zakifo Music Festival from 11-14 June. Along with upcoming and experimental artists the gallery has an extensive collection of well-known South African artists such as Penny Siopis and Isaac Sithole. You’ll glimpse luxury yachts, racing boats, hulking great tankers, trawlers and tiny optimist sailing boats as they go by. The Markets of Warwick Tour takes you through Victoria Street Market, the Impepho and Lime market, Brook Street Market, Bead Market, Herb Market, Music Bridge Market, Berea Street Market, the Bovine head Market and the Early morning or ‘Mother’ Market, which hosts over 640 stalls with vendors selling fresh produce, flowers, spices and live poultry.

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.

The Rivertown Beerhall is an e Thekwini Municipality initiative which started with the activation and naming of the area during the UIA 2014 Durban Architecture Congress.

It was built in 1914, and opened again on 3rd August to 10th August 2014, 100 years on. Also read: The place to see Durban Harbour, the busiest port in Africa, in action. Take a guided-tour through the 9 markets in central Durban to get a feel for the pulse of the city.

Order their buttermilk pancake stack (R48), Pampoen koekie (R45) or Freedom Fry breakfast (R62). The photographs and artifacts on display portray a city in search of an identity within a new political context. Cycads, have been around before the dinosaurs and have survived three mass extinction events although they are in danger of extinction today.

Wood’s Cycad is reputed to be the world’s rarest plant.

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.

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