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... Lord's Prayer. The youth were in the pool straight after the meeting and a few of us went for a walk to the beach. After hamburgers for lunch, the taxi's arrived to take everyone home. The taxi's here are mini buses and fit about 20 people and that is the only mode of transport for everyone who came to the camp, no Zulu Christadelphian's own cars. We arrived home mid afternoon and got straight into preparing a craft for brain gym tomorrow morning and made time for a date ...
... well though the Rumba had relapsed a little but the rest were pretty good with full spin turns, whisk and chasses and lock steps but not in that order.
Now we have 3 uninterrupted sea days east wards south of Madagascar and to Port Louis in Mauritius. 3 days without immigration checks but another clock change tomorrow night when we go to GMT+3 which should help a little with the early morning waking.
Retired 9.11 pm
... the area over the last couple of months leaving lots of bamboo and sticks on the beach so it wasn't looking in the best condition but where it had been cleared the beach was lovely and soft with the sea being nice and warm with good waves for body surfing! Unfortunately I had a few bikini malfunctions when attempting to body surf, with the sea having other ideas so a big note to self is to wear a swim suit next time :/ On the first day ...
... has a nice facility $15 us night dorm room $40 private.
Things to do: surf at bluffs, Ushaka marine world, rent a bike, shop and eat curry.
Getting here: reachable by bus and train from most major cities.
... sorry, I had to say it...it fits right? In reality we circled around town for about an hour trying to find our way out. Ended up stopping for coffee and directions. Darn right?
I had to remind myself we were in Africa; it all felt so normal. Hands on the wheel, Kristy in the passenger seat and a destination before us... And me of course futzing with the radio. But the more than occasional 'African reminders' were more than few and ...