Millbury Guest House
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... the park and told the boys to keep their eyes peeled for animals. The first thing we saw was 2 tortoises and Huddy exclaimed 'the mummy turtle is riding the baby turtle!" By the time we had spotted our 20th tortoise we had worked out it was clearly mating season. As always, every time you do a game drive you see animals or sightings you've never seen before and having never seen a tortoise in a game park it was very exciting and the boys loved slotting them ...
... peaks. Its lowest point is 1000 meters, the roads rise to 2500 meters. This country is difficult to get into due to its location and height.
Our little car should be able make it, but only just, as the engine is but small (and so are the wheels) We drove south to Kokstad and westward to Matatiele. From there the dirt road started taking us to the border of Lesotho…or so it ...
... expecting. To be honest, all our comparisons were going to be made to our volunteering in Thailand, THAILAND – a developing country – that charged half the price, and so far I was extremely disappointed. We were then taken into the entrance building where about 8 members of staff were sat, some drinking (baring in mind it was 4pm and in the info they said no alcohol allowed) and asked to sign the indemnity forms. This was our chance to speak up so we ...
... these dresses out of pillowcases were. They were beautiful. The whole process and the love they put into the clothes was beautiful.
Long story short, it was a good thing I had an empty suitcase to bring back because I ended up taking about 40 dresses and 15 pairs of boys' shorts.
This past Monday I went to Ben Sinuka Primary School in the New Brighton township. I met with a few teachers that were more than happy to help me find the kids in the school ...
... a stamp on my passport yayyy I love stamps and hopped on the plane.
Watched 21 Jump Street. One of the funniest films I have ever seem. Laughed the whole time even though it was an overnight flight and it was super quiet.
Running out of interesting things to say about flying. It's not that interesting. So I will hang up my writers pen today - HOMEWARD BOUND!