Melrose Place Guest Lodge
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... ammunition and damaging the marble altar and crucifix. Bullet holes are still visible in the church ceiling and damaged marble stand provide tangible evidence of the violence of these police raids and the ensuring rush to evacuate the building.
Due to the role it played as a place of gathering for the people of Soweto in the years before, during, and after the anti-apartheid struggle, it is often referred to as "the people's church" of "the ...
... decent sized building with the 0-2s on one side and the 2-5s on the other. The two rooms are separated by benches and a curtain. It is very basic. They have 3 wooden tables with chairs and benches, a few chairs for the adults to sit on, a table for the adults to use. They have very few toys for the children. There is a big grassy area at the front of the creche but it isn't maintained and ...
... beach during my trip.
The community there is unique and I've met so many interesting people and their passion for ministry work is really inspiring.
I've now gone from the bustling city (and endless traffic jams) to the beautiful seaside to a rural village near the Magaliesberg.
At the moment I do very little apart from lying in the sun and am trying to work on a tan. But the sun is very harsh and I am careful not to burn. And ...
... courses: gemstone classes or client asked courses, government courses (how much diamond is removed to create a polished diamond, 35% - 50% loss)
1 carrot: 6.5 milliliters by 3.9 deep
Round brilliant cut is the most popular.
Today the grading of the stones have become computerized. Grading is done with microscope than put on machine to determine proportions
3106 carrots biggest diamond found in South Africa. ...
... back on the bus and spent our final time at Constitution Hall where we accessed Constitution Hall, viewed the Women's Prison, Prison No. 4 where Mandela and Ghandi were both imprisoned. There were great views of the city as well on Constitution Hill.
We ate leftovers from the last two nights for dinner and started packing for our flight to Maun, ...