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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... about all the people who are hurting and seeking help or wanting to find some way or some one to help them. It makes me think of our mission as a church to be those who bring comfort, assurance and love to those around us.
We are happy to be here. This trip was supposed to be taken one year ago....but the year has gone by so quickly.
Tuesday we get together with the people here in Pretoria.
Lots of people were leaving Sunday so we all went out for
the night. Some had got tickets for the Red Hot Chilli Peppers playing in
Johannesburg but the rest of us went to the casino for a meal and look around. Having never been to a casino before I didn’t
really know what to expect but the other guys were throwing round words like ‘disorientating’
‘weird and wonderful’ so ...
... just looking to walking out spending ALL my money. What happens is you are asked to look in a little shop, of course there is lovely African art, a bit of bargaining, .. A carving was R300, too much, I only have R200, ok another carving is R150, ok I will take that. Oh I don't have change to give you R50 back but you can take the other carving, don't want it and then feel bad .. As now they are thanking me for supporting them and how ...
... in 1994. Afterwards our guide, Yue, surprised us with a visit to Lesedi, a reconstructed village of 5 different tribes in SA. We were taken through 5 different areas where we were greeted by the chief of each tribe. He explained briefly their traditions and culture. Fascinating.
Our tour was followed by a 45 minute performance of dancing, very ...
... a larger winery for lunch at a restaurant called Moyo. It was pretty touristy but the food on the buffet was actually really good. Their was a mix of traditional African game meats like gemsbock and ostrich. Also potjie (stews) with oxtail and m!shu (spelling ?) a mix of hominy and beans that is apparently Mandela’s ...