2B Happy Accommodation
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... for this moment, evening out the length of my shoelaces. That didn't take as long as I had hoped and I opened the envelope containing the letter of unknown author, to find it was from dad which was great. And thus, with nothing else to do I settled down to sleep on my improvised bed. Next thing I remember is waking up wet, the rain had started. I sat up and huddled my legs under my raincoat in aim of preventing them from getting wet but alas they were pretty wet already- apparently I ...
... church hall, we enjoyed a copious potluck, heavy on meat, rice, potatoes and pasta; there was a bit of salad as well. South Africans seem to like to each what Americans like to eat.
After lunch I set up my laptop and after an opening prayer went through my class for about an hour and a quarter. I joked at the beginning that after a big lunch, I was going to do something very dangerous: I was ...
... and Mattie sitting in the garden of a restaurant, and then walking around the cute little boutique shops, before going to Spar to get some supplies for lunch, and some Easter eggs as a farewell gifts for the boys. Back at their house, we sat around the braai chatting again, chewing on some biltong and cooking boerewoers for lunch (yes, eating again!!!). The boys and Mikey were having a jolly good time – playing games on Mikey’s phone, tickling and jumping all over ...
We are officially in South Africa! This will be a brief entry because we are both running on fumes. We had two uneventful flights of 5 and 15 hours respectively. On the second, longer, leg we were able to spread out because the plane was less than half full. That was an unexpected score (Bill snagged four center seats all for himself!) Nevertheless, it was definitely still not a first class experience and we were very glad to ...
... Charlotte’s wonderful imaginative cooking, it would be a tiny Scops owl or an angry baboon. On a walk I had to back away to use my binocs to watch a tiny pearl spotted owl disemboweling a large grass-hopper!. it was that close!
Roy has farmed cattle and crocs and game – and is now trying goats. He has some 250 in three separate areas where the game dare not venture because of poachers and snares. He says his biggest problem is baboons ...