Brookes Hill Suites
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
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... the many old photographs on the walls of this tatty old pub, only to find a picture of ‘Hougham Hudson’s house’ in the centre of town, from about 1830! Magic!
Next we moved on to Parsonage House, 7 Castle Hill. The house is one of the oldest dwellings in PE and is now a small museum. It is delightfully furnished and filled with artefacts, mainly from England in the 1800’s. As we were enjoying it all, the curator, Grizel Hart, ...
... climb rocks and eat lunch. Rocks/cliffside. Bez harness. It was very cool but very dangerous. Sorry 'rents. This afternoon we rode the elephants again, which was unfortunately my last time. This Sunday I'm doing the bungee jump. I've hired a car and a group of us are driving down the coast and it's going to be INSAAANNNNEE. Tonight I'm gonna eat like a ...
Left Wilderness and drove eastwards.
Paused at Blaukrans to see the highest bridge bungee jump. Glad my adrenilin days are over!
Paused again at HUmansdorp. What a name. This is one of the places where we stayed last time we were in the area, and we did the Garden Route properly. We had tes (Coffee, milk shake, carrot ...
... to give an outdoor Mass. He went through all the parts of the Mass explaining why each thing is done. The teens, leaders, and adults alike absolutely loved it. I myself am Lutheran and some of the teens who joined us weren't Catholic, so together we all learned a lot.
I feel proud of the turn-out and proud of the large step we took as a Youth Ministry program. The parents have been so supportive and the youth leaders have put in so much time ...
Can you "bless" a priest? Good question. This is one of many questions I keep asking myself because Father Jerry, the one who graciously invited me down to volunteer, tends to sneeze. Each time I catch myself thinking “Should I say 'Bless you?!?!?' ” I suppose “God Bless You” will work just fine. The first time I thought this was when he had me go driving on my FIRST day in SA. He put me right onto the highway. Yikes. He must have said a little prayer ...