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... help out as much and as bestwe can on major projects like this Music Concert and other special events we arrange. But as volunteers we also have our preferred or favourite work to do which we are all generally blessed to be able to focus on. For Barry and me, it's this work of speaking and teaching people, older people, who want to hear and learn about Gods word. To visit those in isolation who cannot afford to get to a church or those who are sick or ...
... life and a remarkable sculpture which looked just like a collection of jagged poles until they lined up correctly and depicted the face of Nelson Mandela - very clever.
After lunch in the Midlands, an area of green rolling countryside with an abundance of touristy cafes and craft shops, we continued towards the mountains which could now be seen on the horizon. We were to stay in a timeshare belonging to a friend of Richard ...
... to us and facing her bench she couldn’t stop telling us how grateful she was to have us in her lives. She had been told she has TB on the heart and was terrified she would die. I couldn’t understand what TB on the heart is and she couldn’t exactly explain it except for the fact the she has to take 4 tablets every day for the next 9 months, and she looks tired and weak. She is only young to so its hard to see. Sonya had bought ...
... The visit culminated in a thirty minute dance show and a buffet lunch. The evening consisted of celebrating Arsenal's qualification in the Champions League, and a fourth place premiership finish, playing football outside of the hotel and preparing for tomorrow's literacy workshops. We have a very busy day ahead so went to bed early to rest, feeling nervous about what lay ...
We eventually reached a large overhang and out of the murky waters we saw the shapes of the Ragged Toothed Sharks…or Raggies. Aliwal Shoal is famous for it’s Raggies, and these gentle creatures seemed oblivious to our presence, slowly drifting around with surge, just as we were.
Once back on the surface we headed back to our bait which had now had sufficient time stewing under the water. Cobey ...