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... that two men, one Dutch and one English, were traveling to this area and needed an interpreter -- and someone introduced them to Lale (he speaks seven languages, including all of the native dialects in the Omo Valley area). He got to know them from working with them, and eventually started this camp together with them, in which he is a part owner. Very interesting story.
Sad to say goodbye to Johannesburg but it is time to move on to Cape town. Everyone we have met says you have to visit the beautiful Cape town if in South Africa so off we go!
Since this is a travel day, we have a late start meeting for a final breakfast around 9 am. Everyone is busy packing and weighing our bags before our bus trip back to the airport. Once I am finished with my bags, I join ...
... of the room. Glenn then ran the bible class again much to the delight of the members. I can't explain how different it is when you attend these ecclesias's. It is a young Eccleisa as far as baptised members yet it is so vibrant and so eager to learn. They are so welcoming and grateful to have us there and it's truly amazing how you instantly feel at home, surrounded by this instant family.
After dropping people off on the way home again we walked in the door at ...
... old days he would not have been allowed to ride in a car with a white woman like me! He said he could work for me in my garden. I would give him some coffee and bread in the morning. The coffee would be in a cup made from a tin can with a wire for the handle as we did not eat or drink from the same dishes and cups. No! No! No!
Douglas told me that he did not know about how he was discriminated against until the foreigners came and ...
... We also found out we have been giving the first half of the funds to start the creche renovations!! So Glenn and I are both VERY excited!
By 8am we had to excuse ourselves and make our way to the airport.
It was very sad leaving a crying Huddy and a sad Maccy who kept saying he loved me and would miss me but knowing I was heading for almost 17 odd hours of flights and waiting I knew he'd ...