These ‘beauts’ were made for walk­ing

Zululand Observer - Weekender - - ZO NEWS - Laurie Smith

EIGHT ladies can tick off their bucket list their dream of walk­ing the 80km coast­line from Sod­wana Bay to Kosi Bay Mouth in a four­day ad­ven­ture.

‘How priv­i­leged we were to par­tic­i­pate in this jour­ney of a life­time,’ said co­or­di­na­tor Shirley Carey of Em­pan­geni.

‘As dawn broke on the first day we set out from Sod­wana Bay and walked to Mabibi.

‘The sec­ond and third days we over-nighted at Black Rock’s camp four, and tack­led the stretch from Black Rock to Banga Nek on the third day.

‘The fi­nal day of our walk, from Banga Nek to Kosi Mouth, was yet an­other pris­tine beach walk.

‘It was a breath­tak­ing experience with life­long mem­o­ries of beau­ti­ful sun­rises and sun­sets that will re­main in our mem­o­ries for­ever,’ she said.

Carey made men­tion of their sup­port­ers Paul Gouge, Pisces Dive Re­treat es­corts Jab­u­lani and De­cem­ber, and Wet­land Wa­ter.

Happy walk­ers Linda Dalziel, Char­maine Gon­calves, Nikki Pallini, Max­ine Cor­mac and Dal­las van Rooyen (Ab­sent: Shirley Carey, Tracey Leisegang and Claire Balmer)

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