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101 Things to do in Durban for under R101.00 (under $15.00)

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71]. Visit the Durban Cultural Centre / Durban Cultural & Documentation Centre
The centre documents the history of the Indian community and includes information about indentured Indians and Gandhi in South Africa. There are also displays of cultural artefacts, paintings, culinary art, traditional clothing and jewellery.
72]. Take part in a cycle race
Ride in the AmaShovaShova Bike Race.
The Pick 'N Pay Amashovashova cycle race is is one of the oldest classic cycling race in South Africa. The AmaShovaShova race starts at the Pietermaritzburg City Hall and follows the same route as the Comrades Marathon, finishing at the Suncoast Casino.
Annually in October.
73]. Visit Funworld
Visit Funworld - Durban's only amusement park, situated on the Marine Parade opposite the Edward Hotel. It is filled with exciting rides, bumper cars, and children's carousel and kiddie's rides. It has been a favourite with children for years.
74]. Visit the Emmanuel Cathedral
This building is situated near Victoria Street market and attracts hundreds of visitors daily. It has many fine wall reliefs of the ‘stations of the cross’ donated by Empress Eugenie in remembrance of her son Louis Napoleon.
75]. Visit the Elizabeth Gordon Gallery
Considered to be one of Durban’s leading commercial galleries, housing an excellent mix of fine art and framing, done to museum standards. The gallery is found at 66 Windermere Road. Telephone: 031 303 8133.
76]. Visit the Mitchell Park Zoo
A year round display of bold and contrasting colours surrounds the main walk from the tea garden to the entrance. An extensive collection of exotic birds, tropical fish, small animals and reptiles are housed in a pleasing setting.
77]. Visit Fort Victoria
The very sparse remains of Fort Victoria can be found on Camperdown Road on the Point. Built in 1839 to protect a British occupation, it was captured by the Boers on 26 May 1842. The siege of the Old Fort and Dick King’s historic ride are part of the story.
78]. Chill out with The Red Hat Groove Nights
Chill out with The Red Hat Groove Nights. Sip on a cocktail and absorb the soul jazz or shake that booty as The Red Hat Man cranks it up with soulful sounds. Every Thursday, 8pm at The Jazzy Rainbow, 93 Goble Road, Morningside, Durban.
79]. Rock climb on the climbing wall at Gateway
Gateway Indoor Climbing Rock at Gateway Theatre of Shopping in Umhlanga Rocks. Indoor rock wall 22.5 meters in height. 30 Routes grades 9-28 and fully bolted for lead climb. Telephone: 031 5709200
80]. Take a stroll down Victoria Embankment to the statue of Dick King
In memory of Dick King who in 1842 rode from Durban to Grahamstown to warn the British authorities in the Cape that the garrison in Durban had been besieged by the Boers.

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