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Well, we got our letter out in the Weg magazine, and tonight we have a full house…! All Dinner, Bed and Breakfast clients. The sun is slowly melting into a palette of reds and yellows, patiently retiring over what will soon … Continue reading
What is a B&B…? It stands for Bed and Breakfast, by the way. Its when a private individual, like me, makes part of his house available for paying guests. These guests then share a few rooms and other facilities, like … Continue reading
We were pottering about the house when Dons and Eurika phoned us from Blood River Museum. An older German couple showed up there, and they were looking for a place to stay in Dundee. I spoke to the man, and … Continue reading
I have four maternal ancestors who fought in this battle. It was an epic, tragic struggle that in all probability should never have taken place, had it not been for the treachery of the Zulu King, Dingane. The Blood River … Continue reading
At History’s Walk we can definitely arrange a full day of touring for you. I am a registered Kwazulu – Natal provincial guide who does battlefield tours to all major sites of the three wars that were fought in this province. I … Continue reading
Any good battlefield guide, especially in KZN, will know that guiding clients around any battlefield in the province is one of the most intellectually stimulating pastimes in the country. This small group of men and women are among the best in the world at what they do, and I believe my following opinion will explain why Continue reading
Yep, that is it. The battlefields. We have about 68 of them around the eclectic little town of Dundee, nestled among the Biggarsberg mountains of Northern KZN. This particular winter of 2011 is rather nippy, with the chance of snow in … Continue reading
Winter touring on the battlefields had always been more laid back than the frenetic pace of the warmer months. The first post-first cold front clients are drifting in, and Dundee is once again the hub of historic activity. Do not … Continue reading