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Dr Arthur C Stark MB

Excerpt from “How we kept the flag flying” Donald McDonald Page 77/78   Just about dusk on the evening of the 18th the mysterious gun which no one heard, sent two shells hissing into town, both evidently aimed at the Royal Hotel. Dr Stark, a visitor from Torquay, England, was standing near the door talking to Mr Mc Hugh of the Daily Telegraph and they turned as the first shell struck the pavement on the opposite side of the street. Within a few seconds another c...

Drakensberg Excursions

Map Reference 414 Our Appaloosa horses will take your sure-footed into the mountains to enjoy the views. Choose the self-catering accommodation to suit you! The Farm Cottage for a family of four, The Lodge sleeping eight or ten, and The Bush Camp - two separate sleeping areas and a big log fire boma. Address: Sans Souci Farm Kamberg Valley Tel:  033 267 7227  Email: trisha@bergtrails.co.za Website: www.bergtrails.co.za -Midlands Meander Home-

Dunroamin'

Map Reference 419 Simply the best! Quality affordable private en suite accommodation (bed and breakfast and self-catering) - luxury home comforts - private cosy pub with log fire - pool - stunning views. Gallery/handicrafts. Easy access - tar road.         Address: R103 between Mooi River and Rosetta Tel/Fax:  033 263 2045  Cell:  082 935 9947  Email: rstorrow@global.co.za Website: www.wheretostay.co.za/dunroamin -M...

Durban Art Deco

Durban is regarded as one of the most significant 'repositories' of Art Deco The following significant Art Deco buildings are found in the centre of Durban: Colonial Mutual Building - 330 West Street (1931-33) Hollywood Court - 197 Smith Street (1937) Enterprise Building - 47 Aliwal Street (1931) Victoria Mansions - 124 Victoria Embankment (1935) Willern Court - 157 Victoria Embankment (1937) Broadwindsor - 7 Broad Street (1934) ...

Durban's Bangladesh Market

Durban's Bangladesh Market, which is located in the suburb of Chatsworth provides a fascinating introduction to contemporary Indian way of life in Durban and is a nostalgic reminder of Durban's famous old Indian market of yesteryear.  The original Bangladesh market was established in the 1980’s born from the need to provide especially the senior citizens and pensioners of the Chatsworth area with fresh produce at prices they could afford. Market gardeners saw great potential ...

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