FernIvy Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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15 May and here I start with the help from Italy, Jac and Danny. Capago for the visa application, appointment made for 3 June.
17 May and The tour of California done and dusted, the flight ticket is of importance or one dream is not going to happen.
20 May after tears of disappointment JvanR had a brilliant plan and goodi the ticket was in hand!!!!!
The next important thing was the team announcement ...
... and Kilimanjaro, my favorite of all the Masai Mara. How lucky can one be to enjoy all of these activities. Another highlight was to treat myself to business class on an A-380 from London to Sydney - just an amazing experience.
Probably my greatest experience in the past year was the people I have met or those that I met again - it is probably unfair to only name a few but these are some of the most special people I have shared time with in the past year. ...
We awoke this morning to 8 degrees. It was beautiful and sunny though. We went to the Bible study at a home for 10:30 this morning and we even wore our jackets all during the meeting. It was still special to meet with these dear, sweet people. After meeting we went to a small mall and had lunch with 3 others at Wimpys. It is nothing like Wimpys in the USA.
By 3 ...
... as the Palace of Justice, the Old Capitol Theatre, the Ou Raadsaal (Old Council Chambers) and the General Post Office.
Heading west from Church Square, I walked to the Paul Kruger Museum which today is situated in the historical residence of Paul Kruger himself. The old white-wash colonial building seems fairly quaint from the outside, but is contrasted to the opulent decor inside. The house has been recreated to resemble the house in the era of Paul ...
... Did they understand why there seemed to be such a disconnect between the wealthy class and the destitute one? As I sat, minute by minute delving deeper into this train of thought, I realized that many of these children did not even have parents to ask questions like these to. Many of the kids present in the room around me, working tediously over math and science books, researching homework projects on the internet and talking ...