Elephant Coast Guest House
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- Swimming pool
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... participate in the morning singing and prayer time they perform daily before beginning their work. Later on, I went shopping for the week and took care of little errands here and there such as securing a P.O. Box. I'm still not exactly sure what my address is BUT I do know I have one nonetheless LOL! I finally had a chance to have a hART-to-hART with my new ...
It was pretty intimidating, but I took the day by the utters and MILKED IT! *fist pump in the air* I delivered my very first introduction speech today at one of the Roman Catholic churches this morning completely in IsiZulu (the language I am learning here). My host mom attends there and she just beamed with pride. It's a pretty big deal to house an American apparently and I am the very first in the village; an opportunity of a lifetime. They ...
Wow. I'm so grateful to be living right here, right now, at this moment in time, doing what I love. Today marked my very first day in the province of KwaZulu-Natal ("house/land of the Zulus"). My assigned, permanent site is here in this beautiful province. I was bussed to meet my new supervisor and host family. It is here that I will actually serve as a Peace Corps Volunteer. Because we are still ...
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There are continuous signs warning us tourists, that walking inside the game reserve you do so entirely at your own risk. At night, the hippos come out of the water and wander the streets in town, we didn't see any on our way back to the hotel, but they are very dangerous, so you have to be very careful...everyone walks in this town at all hours.
... out to me who staggered off to drop them to one side on a pile just before I collapsed with strain. I did manage to rake away the brick rubble and shovel the sand into hollows on the road. Andrew had some time off guiding and in his wisdom recruited some of the Zulu laboring staff to assist. They had been watching Max and I for the last day and I might have detected some amused glances in our direction but they were far too polite than to laugh out loud at us.The work style ...