The Palms Guesthouse
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... appeared from no-where and followed me into the hall to join the others like I was the “Pied Piper” !!!
I still don’t quite know what happened. Suddenly there were hugs all round from the Matron, her assistant and even the Security Guard shook my hand. Five minutes earlier I was fearful he may have been ordered by the Matron to shoot me.
In the meantime Barry was waxing eloquent as always and getting a very powerful message across to these ...
... and distinguished at their personal achievements and were all encouraged to continue in the very good work they had started.
The afternoon finished with more enthusiastic singing, a graduates group photo and then a sumptuous afternoon tea for everyone. The chitter chatter over tea and coffee was amazing, with stories shared by many of the graduates of how much this study and this ceremony meant to them, together with their new found bible ...
... br> Its fantastic to be back at Thanda and with African Impact. I've been told that I will be able to see how the money we raised doing the 3 peaks i.e. £1500 has or will be spent i.e. building toilets for the children at Etshaneni creche and I might even be able to help add the final coat of paint. I'm looking forward to telling you more on how your support and generosity has empowered and changed the lives of the community. Keep reading to find out.
Hello from Durban!! After a smooth but long 14 1/2 hour flight to Johannesburg and 4 hour stop over we arrived into Durban at 10pm and were greeted by Glen at the airport, it was so nice to see a familiar face! We spent the night at Glen and Crissie’s, it was so nice to finally see Crissie after all our emails sent back and forward over the past few months, we were instant friends, we quickly caught ...
... the cricket was threatening to be cancelled. As our friend Bernard was working on the tv coverage of the match we were kept up to date with possible cancellation news!
We ate at Moyo, a restaurant on the Durban beachfront. Food is good here with African specialities. We were advised not to sit by the window as it was very windy, a good choice as it turned out. Within a few minutes of us arriving at the restaurant the heavens opened and ...