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Friday, 15 January 2016

Happy 2016!!!

It has been a week since I came back from my week-long camping holiday in Durban North Coast and it is only now that I feel I should share my experience with you guys.

Me and my partner in crime arrived at +Monkey Bay Backpackers Durban Ballito on the 28th of December after a six hour drive from Sunnyside Pretoria.

Monkey Bay Backpackers

MonkeyBay Backpackers Entrance
When we got there, I was so thirsty for a cold beer and all I could smell was the ocean and sea weeds (Awesome),  It was dark already so I took it easy, Had my beer and got some rest.

Sunrise at Willard Beach

I prefer camping when  I am staying at Backpackers because it is cheap about R150.00 per night and can stay as long as you can.

The campsite at +Monkey Bay Backpackers Durban Ballito  are up the hill, it is like climbing the mountain and going up there is literally a workout but I enjoyed every moment because most of the time I climbed while drunk.

Leading to the campsite
+Monkey Bay Backpackers Durban Ballito Campsite view

Spent most afternoons at Willard Beach
Willard Beach

Beach Bums Bar, about 12.6 km away from Willard beach

Had the opportunity to see the Ghost House next to Beach Bums Bar, This house belongs to Gurusamy Veerasmy Naidu, a South African business man and the first Indian to sail on the Queen Elizabeth II, came to Durban in the 1920s, built this house in 1926.

The Ghost House as it once was
The Ghost House Now