Blue Waters Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Babysitting service
- Room service
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... it often fills up on the weekends with lots of gunshot wounds, stabbings and other traumas. Patient confidentiality goes out the window as makeshift beds are set up in-between the existing beds. The man we were speaking to told us they would love to change it but the funds just aren’t around to do that at the moment.
After we finished up getting a tour of casualties, we left King Edwards for the final time. I learned a lot from ...
... wonderful (worship) songs, whilst enjoying a delicious smoothie. People were dancing and singing and hanging out with each other - great way to strengthen
the community spirit :-).
That same day Brian, the dad of my friend Luke, arrived on the ship for a surprise visit from Canada! It was a blessing to get to know his dad better, he has shared so much wisdom with me in the time we have spent ...
... 8217;, we learnt we need to be consistent in our behaviour and be honest with everyone we meet to who we are following and shine as lights in this dark world. The girls were so enthusiastic, this is one of my favourite times of the week. Noice and I finished the afternoon with a song and dance :)
We had home made burgers made by Glen and pavlova by Crissie at their house over a good chat which is always a nice way to end another day in Africa. ...
... with the San people over hunting grounds, private ownership of lands and cattle, wow, the English really did **** off a lot of people! We depart from the caves and make our way back to the lodge via the river walk, surrounded by the scent of wild flowers. The mountains have so much to offer, there are day walks and longer walks with overnight camping in caves, unfortunately our time here is limited. We head out for our final hike of the day, to make sure we are back ...
... If the boy likes her too then their families have a meeting to discuss how much the boy's family must pay the girl's family for the girl (usually between 9 and 13 cows). Jason then showed us the 3 types of houses they live in - clay, stone and brick. The clay house is free as they just use branches and the clay from the ground but it is also the weakest house. The government are providing stones for unemployed people but they must build the house themselves and ...