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Journey to Swaziland via Durban (Photo Diary)

We catch soccer fever and make more furry friends in balmy Durban. I pass my state vet inspection without even a solitary flea. Lachlan is forced to carry me through a throng of amused football supporters but we are rewarded with a view of the staggering Moses Mandhiba stadium. We enter Swaziland to begin the most important phase of our quest.

Bow Wow makes a friend in the Drakensbergs.

Bow Wow makes a friend in the Drakensbergs.


I love Illovo beach, Durban.

I love Illovo beach, Durban.


Circus acts against a cloudless sky. Vervet monkeys, Durban.

Circus acts against a cloudless sky. Vervet monkeys, Durban.


Paris and Tinkerbell eat your hearts out.

Paris and Tinkerbell eat your hearts out.


Bambi has a little sniff.

Bambi has a little sniff.


Look all you want, there are no fleas on me!

Look all you want, there are no fleas on me!


Put me down! So not cool.

Put me down! So not cool.


Only dogs are allowed to swim at Durban's city beach.

Only dogs are allowed to swim at Durban's city beach.


Can you spy Moses Mandhiba stadium in the distance?

Can you spy Moses Mandhiba stadium in the distance?


South Africans sure have taught us a thing or two about glamping; satelite dishes, standard lamps and even a parrot in a cage are regular features at campsites. We met this lovely couple in Richard's Bay and they invited us into their cosy abode for home made muffins.

South Africans sure have taught us a thing or two about glamping; satelite dishes, standard lamps and even a parrot in a cage are regular features at campsites. We met this lovely couple in Richard's Bay and they invited us into their cosy abode for home made muffins.


South Africans sure have taught us a thing or two about glamping; satelite dishes, standard lamps and even a parrot in a cage are regular features at campsites. We met this lovely couple in Richard’s Bay and they invited us into their cosy abode for home made muffins.

South Africans sure have taught us a thing or two about glamping; satelite dishes, standard lamps and even a parrot in a cage are regular features at campsites. We met this lovely couple in Richard’s Bay and they invited us into their cosy abode for home made muffins.


Bafana Banana girls at the Swazi border.

Bafana Banana girls at the Swazi border.


Bafana Banana girls at the Swaziland border.

Bafana Banana girls at the Swaziland border.


Bow Wow & the colossal Sibibe rock in Mbabane, Swaziland. It is second in size to Australia's Uluru.

Bow Wow & the colossal Sibibe rock in Mbabane, Swaziland. It is second in size to Australia's Uluru.


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