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... South Africa, Kenya and in other parts of the world as well. I cannot name everyone personally but I have been welcomed everywhere and have enjoyed great times in many different places, doing many different things.
Given what happened in 2013 I am not brave enough to predict what might happen in 2014 - but I am planning to continue my adventures on the African continent and also to travel further afield on a couple of occasions.
... me face planting on the lake a few times but I finally managed it!!!!!!
Once home we took it easy once again before going to see Dirty Dancing at the casino's theatre here. OK, it wasn't my thing but George had a great time along with all the other girls in the audience!
We are busy planning next year with lots of travel and some important work for me so stay tuned!!
... minutes and whilst pleasant enough, not too interesting apart from the iron oxide-esque ground.
The shopping centre is lovely, it's set on a lake and rather picturesque. Sat outside by the lake for lunch, watching these two black African guys in beaten up old canoes. For a while I thought they were just having a leisurely row, but after a while realized those rakes they were using were not makeshift oars; they ...
... were plenty of lanterns around as well as a camp fire, but once you went to bed the advice was to not wander to the toilet - a chamber pot was supplied.....I thought it best to just keep it in for the night. The food was spectacular and plentiful and the game was breathtaking. I kind of thought that we might see an elephant or two but was totally unprepared for a herd by the watering hole. Then these were replaced by yet another herd!!!! A magical ...
... and how can it fall so unfairly for so many? Many of the children however are from struggling but happy families. Traditional tribal communities with open and inclusive living. It's easy to tell these children from the less fortunate as they can speak basic English and are keen to learn. They have confidence and have obviously been taught to respect any education they can get. The motto of Thulasizwe is in fact 'Education is freedom' which I love. So much of life in South ...