By Charente

Out for lunch in Port Edward....

Today's view of the sea from the restaurant and a little further down the road, North Sand Bluff Lighthouse 1968.   North Sand Bluff Lighthouse is a fully automatic lighthouse in the village of Port Edward a few kilometres north of the Umtamvuna River which formed the border between South Africa and the former Transkei. Commissioned on 17 July 1968 it is the most southern lighthouse on the Natal coast. Originally a lattice tower its appearance has now been altered for the better.

We head to Pietermaritzburg tomorrow, and on Tuesday we are going up Sani Pass so we will be away for 3 days.  If you see no blips you know where we are!

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