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... Zulus, the Natal. For those who have read Wilbur Smith these names will conjure images of the Coutneys trekking and exploring, the movie Zulu and countless other novels and movies. A new bus met us....brand new it seems with all the bells and whistles. Very luxurious. A quick drive to the Protea Edward hotel, and old colonial style hotel right on the beach of Durban. We had a buffet dinner in a beautiful ...
... in the beach ended up feeling quite alright. Unfortunately the nice weather we had been enjoying up to this point changed in spectacular fashion with a huge storm meaning we were confined to the hostel for the rest of the day. October 13th - One of the girls turned 28 and the day followed pretty much the same course as my birthday except the horrible weather meant our first beer was at 10am. We even returned to the Mexican restaurant we went to for my birthday, it worryingly ...
... they really aren't in Mandela Bay, but on shark tracker, there did appear to be a few). Anyway, being more clear than last, once I got a glimpse of the reef my adrenaline kicked in. It was so exciting. We saw a huge sting ray and one raggie, that's a RAGGED TOOTH SHARK folks!!!! Wow. It was so close. I was scared but also amazed.
The second dive was for 27 minutes at 12.3 meters. We were all amped after a successful first dive. This time we saw an eel and two more Raggies. It ...
... for example, instead of a meeting we had a Bring-and-Share dinner at my host mom's house. The teens wanted to see more young adults in the group. They said they loved the adults but just wanted a few who were closer in age and could relate. Which made sense, but as a Director of Youth Ministries, I knew that you had to have all ages as Leaders. Each one brings different talents, insight, and experience to the table. Adults also are much more comfortable and experienced ...
... s no wonder many don’t pass.
Despite the challenges discovered this past week, it has been so interesting and enjoyable. It wouldn’t be real teaching if everything was perfect and easy. Our classes were quite large, some more than 50 students, but I’ve started to learn some names and build relationships with students, which is the best part of it all. I’m looking forward to next week and all the learning opportunities and great times that are to ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service