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... There are more than
100 kids in this haven, kids who are orphan, kids who suffered from child abuse,
mentally challenged kids and those kids were by court placed out of home in the
haven. Some kids already so damaged before birth because of alcohol and drugs
abuse by their mothers. Those kids have no chance to develop as normal kids
I went out one night with 11 of those children in the age between 4 and 13.
... climb rocks and eat lunch. Rocks/cliffside. Bez harness. It was very cool but very dangerous. Sorry 'rents. This afternoon we rode the elephants again, which was unfortunately my last time. This Sunday I'm doing the bungee jump. I've hired a car and a group of us are driving down the coast and it's going to be INSAAANNNNEE. Tonight I'm gonna eat like a ...
... as an exhibit from the area that had been cleared as people have moved into new homes. It’s hard to believe that a family can live in such a basic home especially in winter when it really is very cold and the heavy rains must leak into the buildings. Probably we are just far too used to comfortable to imagine living in such a different home. Our tour ended with a drive back through the city and down the expressway to Summerstrand. Nelson pointed out ...
So…when all of your gifts are open, what do you do when Christmas day actually finally rolls around? Easy. You go to the beach! And that’s precisely what we did! After, of course, a morning at church and Christmas puds at Pa and Petro’s. We went to Sardinia beach for a leisurely stroll amongst the surf and then drank some celebratory Christmas wine on top of the dunes. Then, of course, another feast for dins.
... the first rise when in the distance we could see giraffes grazing on the acacia bushes. Their heads and necks very obvious above the foliage where they pick the delicate leaves from the thorns. Beautiful and graceful!!! We saw springbok, blesbok, red hartebeest, impala, bushbuck and eland which we were slowly able to differentiate after a few days. All perfect and adapted in various ways to ensure their survival. We saw ...