City Lodge Hotel Port Elizabeth
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... ostrich, cape buffalo, meerkats, frisky zebra, jackal buzzard, hawk, all roaming free in their natural environment. This was special for the children to see, both Lotte and Winston were eager to spot the wildlife. Interesting fact- Elephants generate 6 sets of teeth and they never stop growing. They often only die of starvation because they run out of teeth. The scenery is awe inspiring and entirely dramatic. Prussian blue and emerald green hills of epic proportions hang like ...
... at the Pinetown bible school at the end of last year when Glenn ran some discussion groups. Then when he was put down to do one of the talks at the Durban fraternal. But then last week it was Hebron Haven. Westville's Ecclesial weekend, and Glenn was asked to lead the studies. We were invited to attend as "the speaker" and it was my first taste of life as a speakers wife. Getting to be part of a weekend like that, is amazing in the first place. The surroundings of our ...
... br> AIDS Awareness and Prevention programs
Service centre for the elderly in Forest Hill area
Assistance to elderly living below the bread line
Preventative programs for children and youth incl. Life Skill programs
Youth camps and Holiday programs
Parental Guidance workshops
Full day care facilities including babies and toddlers
Foster Care Services
Family Re-unification Services
This organisation seemed perfect for me. We went ...
... and the Somalian refugees.
It was quite a cultural experience for each of us and, again, proved how diverse South Africa was. It's amazing how you can be in such a white suburb with big homes and beautiful gardens ("gardens"= "yards") and then a 5-minute drive later you are in this area with such diversity and seeing boxes that some of the most poor sleep in each night.
Lots of eye-opening experiences.
... to have replaceable ones in case they break. In addition, the nose of the board for intermediate surfers should be round and not pointed like the pros.
After taking these tips into consideration, looking for good prices, and searching J-Bay and the other surf shops near my house, I ended up buying a second-hand board from a guy on Gumtree (their E-bay basically). This guy had only used it a few times and he decided surfing just wasn't for him. It was in very ...