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  • http://www.thompsonsafrica.com/ Fee

    My family and I frequent the Durban Beachfront practically every weekend – avid beach goer's and fishing enthusiasts – my husband is a ski boat fisherman. For those of you who have not 'tasted' the salty air of Durban's new seaside promenade for some time, I highly recommend you don your sunnies, hitch the bikes (after a good dusting off) to the back of the old ve-HI-cle and head on down. You will be so pleasantly surprised – Giba Gorge watch out – the wide promenade all the way from uShaka to the new stadium is an easy ride for the family and even the very littlies can manage it – my son is 5 years old.

    On Sunday we went for cappuccinos and milkshakes at the new Docklands Hotel, managed by Signature Life. Being in the Travel Industry, the restaurant and hotel, with brookie lace exterior juxtaposed with modern (but warm and comfy) minimalist interior right on Point Road, was an absolute delight…. and now I get the feeling… the feeling of anticipation of something that is going to be a wonderful area for travellers, both international and domestic and for us local Durban'ites as well. The Point has an exciting future – something else for us to look forward to, once all the hullabaloo of the World Cup dies down – and something else for us to feel 'good about' our city. When we all too often chin-wag about the negatives, and I'm sure there are many negatives circulating (just ask the ski boat fishermen), methinks the investment in the area can only be good for Durban's economy.

  • fionamel

    South Africa – what a feeling!

    The incredible pics circulating, depicting South Africans in solidarity, decked out in our finery in support for Bafana Bafana is just awesome. Even as a non-football fundi (yes, I'm inclined to call the beautiful game soccer), I'm caught up in the energy and incredible vibe that has gathered momentum, in support of our South African team. As we crawl out of recession, we are lucky to be surrounded by such positive emotion, that South African’s can all share in together – common ground, shared positive experiences, pride (new found perhaps) in our country and achievements – it’s a really good feeling.

    The media coverage over the World Cup will be unprecedented – the spin off for South Africa due to the football spectacle will be fantastic for tourism in the future. Many overseas visitors that previously did not even know ‘where in the world’ South Africa was… now we’re on the map!

    Our hearts are with you Bafana. The cup stays here!

  • Anr

    why dont you guys show your physical address.where are you based