Chelsea Villa Guest House
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... Of course, I knew the ship was in dry dock for the annual repairs and check-ups and whatnot; but still. I was lucky that the usually very steep gangway was not there, so I had no problem getting my (too heavy!) luggage onto the ship. At 11:20 I got my new badge, the key to my new cabin, and I signed all the paperwork. I went to the cabin, had a welcoming sheet on the cabin door and a gift basket from my neighbor, Karen, with whom I share a ...
... We eventually arrive at our destination where we leave our car parked on the side of the road and walk a 100 mts up a dirt road / track to Nomvula’s home. As we walk, we wonder if we will ever see our car again as Umlazi is a notorious area for car jacking, general thieving and very little respect for any persons possessions, and least of all any white men !!!
Nomvula had a friend with her from the “Twelve Apostles Church” up ...
... firm instruction which I did my best to obey every step of the way, and even when I doubted what was happening I did what I was told and the outcome was perfection.
Moses Afrika Wright was born at 4:09pm (which was 12:09am in Australia which means in Australia he was born on the 22nd June which is mums birthday so he was the perfect little birthday present for her) He weighed in at 3.2kg and 50cm long. It turned out once everything was over that upon seeing ...
... his gleaming fangs shone brightly. For a few moments we watched his
enormous body, nearly 19 feet long. Cleopatra his wife, emerged from
the water with her wicked yellow green eyes gleaming madness and her
long tail moving slowly and gracefully.
one snake pit, a cobra sprang among the dried branches. Its great
eyes fixed upon our shadows on the glass pane. Each time Bert moved
with his yellow checkered shirt, the viper crouched its way nearer
... We have also been learning Zulu, and we are all beginning to become slightly conversational! Yesterday, we learned how to sing the beginning of the Circle of Life from the Lion King. Did you know that was in Zulu? The things we are learning in the classroom are incredibly relevant to what we are experiencing outside the classroom, making this an overall great experience!
Tomorrow we are venturing back into the city ...