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... air that flows gently.
White expansive sandy beaches and clear blue water - a perfect paradise!
We reluctantly retreated off the beach back to
the African Impact volunteer house to have a relaxed sun downer and meet some
of the other long term volunteers. They were a mixed bunch like us, and we
engage in interesting, witty conversation before we head back to the train.
Tonight we head North to ...
... window. But maybe it is about letting go in general. Learning to let people come and go from your life and to be able to enjoy the moments you've had with them but not to dwell in the past as you move forward and meet new people who will inspire and touch your heart in different ways. Right now I just feel like letting go sucks and I feel sad and lonely and like I wish my friends were still here. I actually wish I was with them back at Thanda, but there wasn't room for me in ...
... These are difficult to spot at Hluhluwe. So off we went, 50 mph and cold. ...
... laundry in them.
Tsokozani taught me one other thing about Zulu culture. The word, "mlungu", meant "white man", and it came from the word for: "miracle". It originated when King Shaka, the fierce Zulu warrior, had first seen a white man use his gun - "pow!" - to knock down an animal.
At one point, Tsokozani's cute niece visited him. She opened the door, casually said, "Hi, Mlungu," to me, and began talking ...
... things to do in St. Lucia so we decided to stay 4 nights. It was one of the best places in the world for deep sea fishing and most of the restaurants were cluttered with photos of massive fish people had caught... mainly sale fish or marlins they looked like. Another activity you could do was a hippo and croc boat tour.... this consisted of a 3 hour boat trip up and down the river. There was a nice girl with a mic stearing the boat who explained about all ...