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... on our walk.
We had decided to make the climb up to a large rock named "The Sphinx". It was described as a steep climb which would take around 3 hours. The first part of the ascent took us through woodland and so whilst steep, it was fairly cool. Above the tree line however the going got harder as there was little shelter from the scorching sun. The scenery was spectacular as was much of the flora that we were passing and ...
... babies and children while trying to flee.
After the meal it was decided that we would have one on one chats with each of the adults to find out more about themselves, their children and their needs. I know i shouldn’t be surprised anymore but i was. I think we all were. Every single persons greatest need was educational. either for their children's education (uniforms, books, stationary) or for themselves if they were studying . ...
... him again. His gear, bike and smile were all unchanged from West Africa all those months ago. His bags stained brown with dust made me shudder at a recollection of the stay of our clothes most days. He came and did a tour of Stanger Hospital, he wore a white coat and I waved him off on his wobby bike up the hill.
We had a big BBQ on Thursday by the pool, the paraffin lamps were out. There were many new faces new starters for November at the Hospital. ...
... said not to worry it would just pass us by, but then as it headed directly at us he began to panic a bit and said hide the bloody prawns, of which we had hundreds still, not to mention all our rods had prawns still in the water waiting to be eaten by fish.....Everyone began to panic a bit. I got my rod in complete with prawn just as their boat was a few metres away and I put the prawns in my pocket!!!! Lindell got hers in and dropped it on the floor of the ...
25 MAY 2010
Finally landed at our Destination - DURBAN!
After a quick freshen up it was straight out for some lunch.... at Hooters (really sampling the local culture)!! And this is where it all began.. after very little sleep over the past 30 hours and with the help of "Big Daddies" (1 litre of castle beer) everyone was beggining to feel even more tired, but merry at the same time! This is where Roy picked up another new ...