African Pride Audacia Manor
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... also explained to us later, that she had felt a connection and a need from her ancestors to speak to her. We all waited outside as they killed a chicken and communed with her ancestors. While out there, a boisterous woman, who was exceptionally busty and could not stop talking about it, kept us company learning about where we were from and eventually asking us if we wanted some Zulu Milkshake. She explained that it was basically home brew beer and the group was always game. We passed ...