After taking our order, a sweet young Zulu girl asked us if we would like our faces painted! It's a traditional activity and washes off quite easily! Just for the fun of it, we did - everyone recognises the face painting and if you have the trademark, they know exactly where you've been!
Just to the left of the pier, there was a young man making sculptures out of sand. They were quite amazing. He was busy with a shark, whose snout kept breaking. I think the sand was a little dry. I really liked the castle and he kindly allowed me take a photograph of it (I had to give him 10 bucks though! LOL!)
I have only ever seen "Rikshaw Boys" along the esplanade in Durban. With their gigantic hats, colourful clothing and bead work, they are a major tourist attraction! There object is not to offer a transport service as in other countries, but just to take tourists for a "jolly patrol" of the beach front. OK! This one doesn't have a gigantic hat!
As we left the beach front and worked our way back to the car I was amazed to see the number of youngsters running down towards the beach with their surf boards. Some of them were half the board size! Then we noticed that Jeep were having their workshop and teaching the kids how to surf! They were like seals in the water - there were dozens of them. Looked like fun though!
Walking out of the rear entrance to Moyo's I was amazed to see the "tree" planted in a large pot. It was full of cows, made out of plastic milk bottles. Just so artistic, but that is typical of the locals. They had LONG eye lashes, and looked really funky. I had to take a photograph of them, but P and Stacey were in a hurry, so I took it very quickly! You need to look carefully ... they very cute!