Travel inspiration: Savouring South Africa’s rugged splendour
When the pandemic eventually ends and travel is a going concern again, take time to sample some of South Africa’s many idyllic sides
It’s more west of Ireland on a blustery grey day than an idyllic sub-tropical Indian Ocean beach paradise. We’re bleary-eyed after our overnight flight from London to South Africa’s surf city of Durban, where local surfing legend Max will demonstrate how to progress from beached whale to stand-up position on a surfboard in three quick movements.
“It helps to have a reasonable amount of fitness and some core strength,”...
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