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... the sole star that breaks through a cold and cloudy night. God gives you encouragement through his word, and reminds you of who He is, despite your current circumstances, and you are able to find the joy in the secondary things again.
This is where the highlight of the story really comes. The frills of Singing Pines and the transmitter site are great, but for everyone who has followed this tale, its lacking proper recognition of the star. ...
... visit a large cattle market, but by the time we arrived in mid-morning most activities had finished and all the Hamar tribes people were starting their long walk home. Stefan then saw a tribal warrior wooden carved stool/head rest he wanted and Mamo left to negotiate a purchase. When I caught up with Mamo he had indeed bought this one for Stefan, but then mentioned “I like it so much, maybe I will keep it for myself!” Hopefully my expression adequately conveyed ...
... man who was bold and outspoken, who wasn’t afraid of addressing adversity straight on and was probably not a good 'match’ for a Jehovah’s Witness. Nelson and his first wife had several children together, but I think there is only one adult child still living from their marriage and maybe one grandson? Nelson and this first wife had lived in the house I visited.
After they divorced, Nelson married Winnie who was his second ...
... I am thankful and know that for all of us these memories will remain for the rest of our lives.
To do this with my oldest son and my incredible father is just indescribable.
The connection that we made to each other could not, I think have been forged in any other way. I got to know my Dad again, the man he is and just the calm reserved way he has about him gives me incredible pride.
He kept up with us every single step ...
... friends. After some photos in front of the two oceans, we settled in at a backpackers down the road.
The morning saw us following the garden route with Oudsthoorn in our radars. Oudsthoorn is famous for its ostrich farm so this is where we headed. Riding an ostrich had been high up our 'want to do' list, so we were disappointed when because of the wet condition this wasn’t allowed. We were taken on a tour of the farm where ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking