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... the South East Coast Beaches ….. anywhere & everywhere but staying home ….. so like ants on a food rummage rampage they jump into their cars, their 4WD’s, their planes and wind their way out of Durban as fast as they can. For the unsuspecting overseas volunteers who turn up to Church on the first Sunday of the holidays, the place is deserted and you have this strange feeling that you have missed the warning siren to evacuate !!!
... to say, it was the best I've ever tasted. 14 Nov Our last 7.30am COPT meeting was this morning, it was a small group and a short meeting being only 1 hour long. Petra and Yvette took us volunteers out for breakfast to a rustic cafe in Kloof. It was divine, we enjoyed a delicious breakfast together and then made our way back to the hall where we had time to pack up our unit and do one last load of washing. In the afternoon we went to Lamontville to ...
... them all and sang songs and played with them. OT was amazing today and I had 2 very cute kids who worked hard.
After a busy morning we went to a local cafe with Glen, Crissie, the boys, Jac and Naomi, I was starving so I ordered a banana smoothie, coffee and a delicious pesto flatbread sandwich with salad.
We do so much back and forward driving, mostly to Laimontville, which is about half hour from the hall, so off we went again for English class, ...
... but these paled into insignificance against all the GREAT STUFF.
We are already planning our next trip (maybe in 10 or so years???) and I am sure we will find it very difficult to match the great time we had on this trip.
List of bests for us all - Place we visited
Richard - The Grand Canyon, USA
Pamela - The Caribbean - St Vincent & the Grenadines
Courtney - Perth, Australia
Paige - Universal Studios, USA
... 21 people. Our new, and lovely flat mate the Indian Glaswegian had her first, maybe belwildering outing. I was the brai master and even a little damp didn’t dull spirits.
Friday and in the evening, went to a lovely night market just outside Salt Rock. Under the shade of a lychee orchard and old barn were assembled stalls of wine, cakes, biltong and a coffee fresh and locally roasted . All artisan and wonderfully like a London street market ...