I have picked up a new habit and it has to do with photos that are not up to scratch at all.
Such photos end up being “cannibalised” by yours truly and software on my computer.
On Sunday evening we visited Suncoast Casino and I tried a little HDR, which failed dismally.
The photos therefore ended up in my amateur artistic factory, and some of the results are shown below.
The Suncoast Casino website reveals:
“Set amongst towering palm trees and nestled against the beachfront along Durban’s “Golden Mile”, you will find 26 hectares of entertainment heaven – SUNCOAST Casino & Entertainment World. The complex is a haven of sun and fun with its Miami South Beach Art Deco style architecture, and offers an array of gaming, shopping and entertainment pursuits.
Opened in November 2002, SUNCOAST is a gambler’s paradise. The casino is the largest in Durban, boasting 1 450 slot machines and 56 gaming tables, as well as an exclusive Salon Prive called 77 Ocean Drive for higher limit slots and tables.
With 12 restaurants and fast food outlets, kid’s entertainment, 8 cinemas, SUNdeck, Boardwalk and a dance bar. SUNCOAST offers something for everyone, and is a premier entertainment destination for the whole family.
The complex caters for the business-person as well, with world-class conference and hotel facilities with Suncoast Towers and SunSquare Suncoast.
With a total investment of R1.4 Billion, SUNCOAST represents the largest single investment on Durban’s beachfront. Along with the International Convention Centre and uShaka Marine World, SUNCOAST forms part of the Golden Triangle, and is a key element in the rejuvenation of the Golden Mile.
SUNCOAST is one of South Africa’s prime tourist destinations, attracting on average 750 000 visitors per month – three quarters of a million people can’t be wrong! Join us for an experience like no other and capture the unique spirit of Africa in beautiful KwaZulu-Natal.
There is ample parking at SUNCOAST, with 3 175 parking bays. Pedestrians and cyclists enter for free, cars and motorcycles are R10. Taxis pay R80 and buses R350.
Help is always available at SUNCOAST. We have the following help facilities:
• A 24-hour Call Centre – 031 328 3000
• An Information Desk – 031 328 3777
• A 24-hour Ikhambi Care Paramedic Service – 031 328 3272
SUNCOAST is fully equipped for physically challenged patrons, with 13 open parking bays and 7 VIP bays, 3 toilets on the promenade and a toilet in the Smoking Casino, Main Casino and the 77 Ocean Drive. There is also wheelchair access to the Main Casino, the Smoking Casino, the Food Court, the and Circus Circus Restaurant”.