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... it actually shrinks the tumour. My oncologist advised me to search the internet to seek assistance and eventually my partners sister gave me the details of an organisation in America. I contacted the Max Foundation by email, two days later I was contacted by their South African representative and after furnishing her with all my details the drugs were delivered to my door within the week. My miracle drugs.
The Max Foundation had agreed to supply me with medication for ...
Now lest you think that ALL that happens in Durban is a constant round of lunches and dinners let me assure you that you are correct! I have been treated very kindly by everyone I meet and Mike and Anthea really do know every person in Durban so we are constantly heading to someone's house for a meal or having someone over. No complaints on my part as the food is delicious and the company charming and friendly. We have also sampled quite a few of the local restaurants and ...
... this was sooooo excited to hear my name was CC he didn’t want to let go of my hand, saying “I just LOVE your name”) its the little things that have made me fall in love with this country. The little things that get me up every morning and thank God that he sent me here and i have this opportunity, not just for me but my family, my children. Words can’t describe the incredible experience I get to have on a daily basis. I love Africa. ...
Thursday, the 7th, we were in Durban where we were met in the cruise terminal by Hugh's cousin, Richard Hose, A.K.A. Ricky MacGregor. Hugh's mother was Richard's father's sister. Richard is seven years younger than Hugh, but he spent a lot of time at the farm when he was growing up, so they have lots of stories in common. Richard gave us a tour of central Durban then took us to his home for a cup of tea. He lives with ...
... dance and move to the beat in time!!! There was steel drum players and loads of different music things on the waterfront and Africans just have a little dance and I love it!!! Guna teach my school girls some African dance!!! So anyway, we left after a bit as the sun went in and my ass was a state and painful. They were saying in their Dutch accents, 'oh we want to help but we don't know how!' Bless them. I just wanted to sit on a toilet all day and drink ...