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... stage at one end and a protruding two meter wide catwalk that traversed almost across the space. Trapezes and ropes hung from the roof along with stage lighting. We were assigned a couple of waiters and as drinks began to flow the fixed menu and running order of the evening was explained. I was expecting a mediocre show and awful food but boy was I surprised! From the moment the music started and the MC appeared it was a non stop, action packed, fun ...
... pre-visualisation. Now that I have mastered the techniques and ins and outs of photography I am able to be creative, have fun and continue learning at a steady pace.
We spent the week on drives in Thanda and Mduna and because it was January the water holes were full of wildlife from herds of elephant, buffalo, impala, giraffe, kudu, nyala and birds. Some of the highlights were seeing the lion cubs, shooting chameleons in the dark whilst 3 ...
... adequate exposure to hills or hill training unless you are ok with being sore for a very long time.
NOTE: Living in Texas, I was far from having the required exposure; I made it up by focusing on weight training.
3) Nutrition. Maybe over rated. I met a person who had nothing but water and coke for most of the race how ever his normal race distance was about 100 miles, I would say for people like myself, nutrition is important but not so important that ...
Today we left St Lucia after a relaxing five days to travel to Durban, before Ann and John fly home tomorrow. We had tickets for the South Africa vs Australia T20 cricket match this evening.
After packing up and loading the car we headed off for an hour in the Eastern Shores part of iSimangeliso park. In spite of the short time we had in the reserve we managed to see - warthog, zebra, waterbuck, hippo, impala, cape water buffalo, ...
... yard and even a swing that hasn't been fixed in a few years, the kids were excited they were on the swing before the bolts were even tightened!!
After all this we were then able to come together and share our God moments from the morning. One Brother, Tyrone, a volunteer from New York told us a young guy had approached him and asked "Will I ever get out of here??" So sad but yet knowing he asked Tyrone was his first step and contact will ...