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... checked out church square, which you guessed it, is a square full of churches, but being from Adelaide it wasn't too amazing. What was cool though was (as Candice's dad pointed out) Pretoria has been built over such a long period of time, you might have 5 different architectural building designs on one street. It makes for a very interesting drive through some areas of the city. We headed home and hung out with the family for the last few hours before it was time for ...
An interesting mix of emotions....
I must say a few things and I guess there is no better place than this.
What an incredible time we had, we laughed we joked, we laughed some more. Then we laughed again.
This was an unbelievable privilege and honour, the magnitude of which I am still absorbing.
To be able to do this trip with the three generations just could not have happened unless so many factors and conditions had ...
... lions and crocodiles along the fence line. We are in bungalow 'Buffalo' with zebra print table cloth and African pattern linen. It's quiet in regards to overnight tourists but full of overseas volunteers who come here for about a month to work on this lion farm. I am assuming they pay a hefty fee to come volunteer, they are from Australia (West Pennant Hills) America, UK, Sweden, Holland. It's quiet an eerie sound as the night was filled ...
... rich time thus far. Every evening we have a time for processing; it gives the students the opportunity to reflect and discuss their thoughts. Many have already spoken about not going back home and are ready to write farewell letters to their parents. I am sure their parents will love Peter and I for that!
Ok, well we are off to the Lion Park for the next few days and then to Cape Town, something we ...
Today we spent the day at the nearby Rhino and Lion Park. It isn't a genuine wildlife experience, as the animals are segregated and in cages, but it is a guaranteed sighting of predators.
Our first stop was to see the animals that were in the small area. Here we saw tigers, including an albino tiger, lions – both male and female and hippos. We drove across the road to the main area. Here there is an area for general game; where we are able ...