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... go … that bridge looks vaguely familiar ….. the name of the road on the right was Somlandela Drive that’s is I yell …… it sounds like Mandela but it’s Somlandela. We turn right hesitantly and continue our drive ….. hopefully a school will appear soon on our right … and there it is ….. “sweet”, we are nearly there ….. Down a 300 mt+ long concrete track we park the car in the ...
... days that he was on
board the ship, he touched many of our hearts not just because of his
Eucharist service but rather as a real human being worthy of all
respect, praise and love.
P. S. To date We have visited 27 ports
of call, 18 clock changes, 3 oceans (Atlantic, Pacific, Indian) and
nearly 30,000 nautical miles (excluding our segment from San
Francisco to Ft. Lauderdale).
... And we would give them a nice warm meal for their stomachs and take the time to talk and find out their stories. Sonya and I spent Thursday organising the food parcels. We headed out to a big bulk food store (Makro) and began trying to this of the best, healthiest, cost effective, long lasting food parcel we could make. a few hours and 2 full trolleys later, we were satisfied with what we had chosen. We then focused on the Sunday school ...
... a day with my father's ten siblings and their families. The family tradition of cheating at card games, teasing and eating every variety of meat, vegetables and salads with the ubiquitous trifle - which I still can't get myself to eat! Needles to say, regardless of where we were over the December summer holidays, we spent tons of time on the beach and in the ocean. To this day, it is difficult to imagine rest and relaxation anywhere away from the ocean.
... snorkel masks, our waterproof camera and balls of steel. The cage moved to the middle of the tank where we could hold our breath and peer under water at the scenery around us. The water was pretty salty as it was pumped in straight from the ocean from under the pier on the beach. There were shoals of fish, ragged tooth shark, bull shark, hammer heads, a something bass fish (looked like a dinosaur creature!) and loads more. It was amazing. Even Kylie was enjoying it. At ...