I arrived at the Durban Airport dead tired. And you cannot blame me. I first took a flight from Delhi to Mumbai which landed there around 7.00 pm. Then at 2.am I tool the Mumbai Johannesburg flight. Reached Johannesburg at around 7.00 am (South Africa time) and then took a 11. 00 am flight. By now my mind was a complete mess, till I saw this Zulu dance the airport which was for the delegates attending INDABA 2013.
I am looking forward to INDABA (which literally means a conference, originates from Zulu word meaning ‘a matter for discussion’). And I used to think that INDABA is an acronym
A Zulu Dance at the Durban Airport
Enjoy the dance and the energy while I go and enjoy some sleep. I am so looking forward to my South Africa trip! Who would have thought having blog would pay such dividends?
14 thoughts on “Zulu Dance at the Durban Airport, INDABA 2013”
Paisa vasool – enjoyed it throughly
Wah ji Wah. Thanks for sharing.
That’s really energetic. Nice video.
Looks like the jhinga lala dances that we have seen in our typical Hindi movies.
I am sure it must have been better since it is the real thing not a copy.
wow video !! 🙂
cool video…wow u travel so much…
WOW, what amazing synchronization they have, and the beats are fast, I loved their dance, full of energy and enthu. People for IDABA will be charged up before discussion 🙂
Wow lovely…….. Whenever I visit your blog I find something amazing….. Great work……….
wow! so nice. enjoyed, it being my saturday feast.
Full of energy…
visiting your blog for the first time. and cool video
the kid in the front..lol..stopped in between and looked puzzled which was cute 😀
and whole dance is a different form and I enjoyed watching it 🙂
bookmarked your blog.
will be visiting regularly from now 🙂
Bemoneyaware thank you. Tushar thank you. Jeevan thank you. Madhu it was quite a thing I enjoyed it thoroughly. My Say thank you. Nandani this is just a phase, I do not travel so much quite often. Kislaya you are right! Debopam 😀 thank you. Thank you Easwar, thank you Prasad and thank you A.
Thank you Urvashi, how I am missing South Africa.