The Wright Brothers were clearly onto something that morning when they threw Rice Krispies at each other and launched into a discussion about how perfectly they flew across the room. Little did they realize that they would give cereal-eaters the chance to travel through the sky, much like today’s deal:
- Pay R55 for a ride in the Sky Car at Moses Mabhida Soccer Stadium for two people, valued at R110
- Pay R105 for a ride in the Sky Car at Moses Mabhida Soccer Stadium for four people, valued at R220
- Pay R145 for a ride in the Sky Car at Moses Mabhida Soccer Stadium for six people, valued at R330
While Wilbur and Orville may have figured out a way to get people up into the sky, the clever designers down at Moses Mabhida Soccer Stadium were designing a hydraulic self leveling floor a few years later that would be used on the Sky Car and enable you to eat your Rice Krispies without spilling. A nifty little box, for a better name, that enables passengers to travel along the famous arch that runs over the top of stadium, not only gives passangers the chance to view the stadium but to also take in the beautiful 360 degree view of the city.
The carriage that is
securely attached to steel tracks can take up to 20 passengers at a time which
means that its roomy enough for you to move into a “surfing the Moses” position
with arms and legs spread or if you are more of a “Moses moondancing” kind of
person then there’s probably enough space for you to do that too. However, you’ll
be so astounded by this FIFA approved structural masterpiece around you and the
panoramic views of the land and ocean that there really will be little else to
distract you. Unless of course there was a match going on down below –
definitely the best view in the house!
If you want to truly understand the beauty that is Durban and admire the amazing view, then this is a must-see attraction for all, both locals and tourists. - http://bit.ly/GE8Jzw
It is the only stadium in the world that has a sky-car or an adventure walk. Of course, stadiums have tours, but there is nothing in the world that compares to these activities. - http://bit.ly/GE8Jzw