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... and effort of the boys was faultless and in the last third they created numerous chances, unlucky to score on a number of occasions. After the testing in the morning the team did well at the altitude of the high felt and Mr Paxton was impressed with the outcome of the match, saying 'we just need to cut out the mistakes but the basis is their for the tournament'. We returned to the HPC for McDonalds and match analysis and ...
... and would have gone longer. We discussed the future of the church in South Africa....we are very optimistic about growth in every way.
What impressed me was the extremely high value of the printed literature we offer. While people get connected via the Internet and the seemingly cheap and easy online portal, there is still no substitute for credible, attractive literature that fills in holes, that can be tool for reflection and grounding. I ...
... new houses, however people from outside the area hear about this and try to move into the area to also get a house. There is not enough housing so temporary dwellings are still located here.The World Cup in 2010 helped the country financially and with its infrustructure. New roads have been built and bus stations which have helped people go further to find work. If anyone is thinking about visiting South Africa I would recommend this ...
The days seem to be flying by, however, I feel we are taking full advantage of the time.
I don't think I mentioned how amazing the weather has been. It is winter in South Africa… well if you can call 75-80 degrees winter. I must admit we are having wonderful weather, and beautiful sunsets! The last few days have been fairly busy; we are currently in a city called Pretoria,which is located north ...
... they were students from 9-19 years old protesting as they wanted the language of instruction to be English and not the Afrikaans.
We were all quite tired by the end of our tour, sleeping on a plane is never very comfortable, tomorrow morning we leave to make our way to a private game reserve for the next 3 days, it is a 7 hour land transfer, so it will be a long day of driving.
Oh, did I mention it is hot here, thank goodness!