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Monday, January 31, 2011

The magic of uShaka Marine World in south make world shine and wonderfully

At the end of Golden Mile in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal lies a world of sun, surf, entertainment and wild water rides. Spanning over 15 hectares of prime beachfront, uShaka Marine World is Africa's largest marine theme park and home to the fifth-largest aquarium in the world.
uShaka Marine World incorporates fresh and sea water, natural materials and the recreation of a 1920s shipwreck, all drawn together by indigenous African imagery, lush vegetation and maritime images of the Port of Durban.
And there's lots to do, from taking the wild water rides, visiting the huge aquarium, watching dolphin displays, sampling excellent cuisine at the restaurants, shopping in uShaka Village Walk retail village, fun-filled water slides in Wet 'n Wild - or simply a lazy day sunbathing on uShaka Beach.
uShaka Marine World was developed to create a world-class entertainment and tourism centre for Durban. It was initiated by the eThekwini Unicity Municipality as a major node of development in the city - one of South Africa's premier tourism destinations.
The shipwreck dominates the design, creating a major Durban landmark. The park makes wonderful use of open space and the interaction between land, sea and sky. It is laid out in an open plan, so visitors seldom lose sight of sea or sky and are always able to enjoy Durban's subtropical climate.
Snorkel lagoon - Float gently over the lagoon filled with a huge variety of marine life and maritime effects such as a 16th century ship's cannon before entering the bowels of a shipwrecked cargo vessel and facing up to the predators of the deep through glass so clear you'll imagine the nibbles on your toes long after leaving the water.
Aerial view of uShaka Marine World
Aerial view of uShaka Marine World (Photo: uShaka Marine World)
Offshore Rocky Reefs exhibit - In the Rocky Reef's tank you can dive with the rare and magnificent reef fish found off the KwaZulu-Natal coast.
Rocky touch pool - Touch a starfish, feel the skin of a sea cucumber and more with the help of a specially trained guide.
The Open Ocean - Gazing through an enormous eight-by-three-metre window, you'll feel you're actually underwater with the many fish associated with the open ocean such as tuna, pompano, dorado and rays.
Dangers of the Deep - Sharks, sea snakes, devil fire fish and stone fish occupy this area, where from the surface you may even be able to touch a shark as it swims past the balcony at feeding time.
Coral Gardens - Bright yellows and reds, oranges and blues ... the richest and most diverse ecosystems on earth have been recreated within Sea World.
The Deep Zone - This is a window into the lives of some of the weirdest and most spectacular animals inhabiting a world hundreds of metres below the surface of the ocean, often in total dark

Wet 'n Wild

This freshwater entertainment facility offers thrilling water rides, swimming pools and more. Rides include kamikaze speed slides, Stuka freefall slides, a five-lane racer, supertube open rides, children's rides, sunbathing areas on sand, grass or decking, and a 750-metre lazy river ride around the centre of uShaka Marine World, part of it flowing through the uShaka shipwreck.
Wet 'n wild rides at uShaka
Wet 'n wild rides at uShaka (Photo: uShaka Marine World)
Other rides include:
Mini super tube - Designed for kids up to six years old, but wide enough for mum or dad to share the twists and bends, the mini-super tube will help build confidence for the bigger, faster slides in the park.
Play area - The water cannons and water mushrooms will keep youngsters busy for hours.
Open-body ride - Sometimes referred to as the washing machine, this is a ride for all ages. The high water volume accelerates you through the bends at four to five metres per second, exiting into a safe pool at the bottom.
Tunnel ride - A rollercoaster enclosed ride, not for the claustrophobic, sending you speeding round curves at a gut-wrenching four metres per second - in the dark.

Retail and food and beverage outlets lie close to the main entrance to uShaka, encircling the southwest area of the park. From the mysteries of the ocean floor to the wonders above, you'll find many of the treasures you're looking for in over 11 250 square metres of retail speciality stores.

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mwaka huu ni mwaka wa kwanza kwa shule nyingi sana za kata kutoa wahitimu wa kwanza kabisa katika matokeo ya kidato cha nne lakini kwa upande mwingine kufeli vibaya kwa vijana hawa wa kidato cha nne je kuna kilichojificha nyuma ya pazia.?????/ kwakweli penye hisia zisemwe kama kunaukweli ufanyiwe kazi jumla ya shule zote zenye uwezo wa kuchukua wanafunzi wa kidato cha tano hakitoshelezi kabisa idadi ya wahitimu iwapo tu wangefaulu angalau kwa asilimia 50 kwa kiwango cha form five na hao wengine wajue pakwenda   , kwa mtazano wangu iwapo wanafunzi hao wangefanya vizuri wangepata nafasi ya kuingia kidato cha tano//???
na kama hapana je kufeli huku inawezkana ilikua ni mpango ili watakaofaulu watoshe katika shule ziliopo???? hapa inabidi akili zetu ziwe kichwani kisawasawa kwakua siamini kabisa wanafunzi wafikie kiwango kibaya kabisa cha ufaulu hata kwa shule zilizojitosheleza japo sio sana lakini zina afadhali mfa galanos, tanga tech nk... bado ni shule kubwa na zinamindombinu ya kufaulu halafu leo unaniambia wanafunzi hawa wamefeli eti kwakua hawana akili na kama hawana akili sio kwa namba ambyo wanafunzi ha wa wamefeli sipingani na wizara ila ningefurahi iwapo wizara ingetoa tamko kuwa iwapo wanafunzi hao wange fanikiwa kuafaulu vizuri wangesoma shule zipi za kidato cha tano wakati kwa ufahamu wangu shule hizo haziwezi kutosheleza matakw aya wahitimu nusu tu ya waliofanya mitihani hiyo.... bado nafanya reseacha na mambo mengi ambayo yatajitokeza lazima watanzania wafahamu wajue wawapeleke wapi watoto wao
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