Last week I shared Part 1 of a list of wonderful new experiences to consider when planning and executing your December break. (You did remember to get your leave signed off, right? 😀 )
Here is Part 2, enjoy 🙂
BARNYARD THEATRE GATEWAY
Oh my hats!
There are some amongst us who have yet to do a Barnyard!!Please treat yourself to this experience – it’s so much fun, so reasonably priced and you have the benefit of taking along your own food! (That’s a big pro for fussy eaters!)
Take a look at my previous blog post for an inside peek of the layout and design.
“a tribute to the superstars who have rocked Las Vegas over the past 60 years and performed some of the greatest live shows in music history. Featuring a 10-piece cast of singers, dancers and musicians, Viva Las Vegas is a dazzling rock extravaganza paying tribute to the greatest music icons of our time.”
WHEN: Show runs until 10th January 2016
THE DAMAGE: Specials on Sunday (Family Day) – R110 per person and Tuesday – R120 per person
WEBSITE: Barnyard Gateway
ENQUIRIES: 031 566 3045 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Be part of an interactive drum performance using traditional African drums.
The show caters for kids and groups of them too!
WHERE: Newmarket Stables, Jaco Jackson Drive Durban, Kwazulu-Natal
WHEN: Friday 3:30 PM – 10:30 PM (weekly on Fridays and Sundays )
THE DAMAGE: Between R20 and R50 per person, depending on when you go, kids under 12 are either half price or free (on Sundays)
ENQUIRIES: Jonathan 0837044879 / email@example.com / www.drumshack.org
THROW A SUSHI PARTY WITH TASHIKY SUSHI
I’ve ordered their platters and had them delivered to my office, and their sushi is ALWAYS fresh and delicious!
They offer a sushi party package for ten people.
Ladies, perhaps consider this for a festive ladies night in, throw in some (a lot) of wine and you’re good to go!
Check out the information on their posters.
WHERE: Anywhere you choose!
THE DAMAGE: R200 per person (min 10), it will go up to R220pp in January 2016
TRY ETHIOPIAN FOOD – CAFÉ ABYSSINIA
Let your taste-buds be transported to the land of injere (a traditional Ethiopian bread) and use it to soak up delectable mix of bebere (spices) in various forms. Be it braised mushrooms or this “paste” of chickpeas and turmeric or stewed lamb or chicken (unlike anything you’ve I’ve ever tasted!) The menu includes ample vegetarian options as well.
I frequent this place – you have to wash it all down with some traditional Ethiopian coffee which is served with popcorn.
It occupies an immaculately clean yet modest space on Cowey Road, run by the lovely Charity.
Everything is made fresh from scratch so I advise you to order ahead or go when you have some time to spare – good food takes time to prepare and this isn’t a fast food place! Highly recommended.
WHERE: 77 Problem Mkhize Rd (old Cowey Road), Durban, 4001
ENQUIRIES :031 836 4777
WEBSITE: They have a Facebook page
GONDOLA RIDE YOUR WAY INTO YOUR “PERSONS” GOOD BOOKS
Yes, yes the Rand to Euro is at an all time low, and a trip to Italy for a Gondola ride may be a bit out of reach for most of us.
But I come bearing good news – the next best thing!
A gondola ride in Durban with Zulu Moon Gondola’s at the Point Waterfront Canal, (Ushaka).
WHERE: PARK AT USHAKA
WHEN: Tuesday – Sunday 10:00 – 18:00 , Night Rides @ 18:00/18:30 & 19:00 by reservation only (Excluding Christmas eve, New Years eve & Valentines Night which is run as a separate event), Open all public holidays and school holidays.
THE DAMAGE: Prices range from R60 per adult for 15 mins to R450 per family for 40 mins, with various packages inbetween for couples.
WEBSITE: Zulumoon Gondolas
ENQUIRIES: 083 440 1612 / firstname.lastname@example.org
So there you have it!
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