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... in search of game. Other folk saw zebra, warthog and steenbuck. Really terrific. From here we drove to a Zulu village and were introduced to that culture seeing the spear makers, basket makers, the songorma, beading and shield makers. The huts were located in a kral and in fact only part of the traditional village was for tourists....the rest of the village is in fact occupied by the natives we saw. Fortunately it was too hot ...
... but these paled into insignificance against all the GREAT STUFF.
We are already planning our next trip (maybe in 10 or so years???) and I am sure we will find it very difficult to match the great time we had on this trip.
List of bests for us all - Place we visited
Richard - The Grand Canyon, USA
Pamela - The Caribbean - St Vincent & the Grenadines
Courtney - Perth, Australia
Paige - Universal Studios, USA
... new paperwork was complete, we transferred our belongings and drove off in a shiny white Polo, now named Polly. Jackie is chuffed to bits, because we can now get everything in the boot and it has Central locking. We know how to live! Soon we left the sunshine for thick cloud. We stopped for a rest break at a service station for a pretty unsatisfactory snack, then headed through the gloom to Ballito arriving just after 2.00pm. We located our guest house, Villa Jaime, only ...
... for the Dutch medical student I was driving home and his tales of Techno parties.
So a work and fun overload perhaps and my tonsils as sacrificial lambs. The most mementos thing on Sunday: A big toad made a home of my shoes outside the front door and I felt his fleshy mass against my foot in the morning and was quite surprised to see him hop to safety.
So today is the start of mowember. And you can sponsor me. Please. ...
... and help them with their assignments. They sat 4 to a table according to grade level. (There was a total of 28) What we witnessed was incredible to me. They all sat quietly, helping each other with reading without prompting from the teacher, so eager to learn. Their notebooks were very neat. No fooling around, no teasing, no speaking loud. Very, very, very disciplined. The teacher explained that they love to learn and love coming to school. They loved having their picture ...