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While we were out we decided to see Moses Mabhida Stadium which is where the World Cup was held in 2010. We were able to get a tour and took lots of pictures (below). It was very cool.
We then walked from the stadium to the board walk. Along the way we finally saw some monkeys! We took pictures which made the locals look at us like we were crazy since it would pretty much be the US equivalent to ...
... an older man, who comes to the ship annually, when it is in dry dock. His hobby is writing, so we have asked his support in writing some wonderful stories about this dry dock period.
That is only one of the things I am doing at the moment. I am trying to get a hang of this job, a job that cannot be summarized in some bullet points in a vacancy advertisement. On-the-job training. The protocol side of the job is quite ...
... can, we provide therapy to those like at "Happy’s” when and where we can, we play with the children and teach them where we can and we provide hope and belief for those we can, through Gods grace.
These are the obvious things we see each day, and this suffering is everywhere and as much as we want to help, we feel overwhelmed by the needs and disease and sickness everywhere of so many. But then there is the silent suffering of ...
... many were in wheelchairs. I found this really sad to see but I also loved working with these kids and making them smile, the kids even though their state are still so happy - I find them amazing as they are so grateful for any little thing given to them. The ages ranged from around 5 to teenagers, I had so many adorable kids run into my arms for hugs, which was just the best! We made a paper flower and also tried to teach them how to make loom bands, but ...
... Everything is all about the rhythm. And the beat goes on.With
or without the alcohol and or a mask, this is the time and place to
let loose and do it. It was a lively and harmonious experience where
one can throw oneself into the moment and join the African party
the Zulu dancing was very impressive with the dancers in their
traditional garb, showing off their skills with grace, agility and
humour. They put on a fabulous show and it was truly unforgettable.