It was a flat-topped, turquoise house with two-open gray-blue gates and blinds, all looking like a flat match box, with several rooms displaying historical materials and pictures of postal trees. From the post museum door, walk through the flower path, to the front lawn of the sea, near the sea there is a green forest. Under a tall milk tree, set up cement boots and stone tablets, stone tablets engraved with the history of the postal tree.
Because husband likes collecting stamps, buys a lot of stamps here, small one, total 3774 rupees. Also buys three postcards, because I am not worried that send back too far will not receive, so find staff to cover stamps to bring back. The post office staff was postmarking my postcard, we asked him about the location of peony, he was very enthusiastic to take us out to give us directions, thank you!
An old postal museum with over 70,000 precious stamps for sale. It's big, it's got lots of floors, and if you have time, you can have a look.
The Postal Museum is a place to commemorate the postal service in South Africa, where many of the exhibits are the development of the postal service.
The post office museum won't say much, but if you can get the stamps inside, it's not going to be a problem.