Peermont D'oreale Grande at Emperor's Palace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Adjoining Rooms
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... them. Actually there were so many that when we hit a really big one we blew a tire.
Chris and Brad figured out where the jack was and quickly changed the tire. We were off again. Now we had to detour to a VERY rough road for about 15 kilometers. Between the gas station to the main highway, including the detour, we had about 50 kilometers of hell. The detour road, washboard gravel, also had speed bumps!!!!
We missed the car drop ...
... where respect and kindness
replace fear and hatred…
We must begin with
how we treat each other
at the beginning of life.
For that is where
our deepest patterns are set.
From these roots
grow fear and alienation
~ or love and trust.
The rest of the day when I was in seeing things and Douglas waited for me outside, he read my booklet. He asked me questions and talked more about issues ...
... I have left when I stumble and crawl across the 42km line!! A worthy inspiration and wonderful cause, we bid our farewell to the kids who sung us off again in a beautiful chorus of a song I should most probably know. This left us with our final long drive of our adventure, back into Nairobi enjoying conversations with Annabella and James (our guide, driver and friend...sincere thanks James) along the way. Our aim, dinner with the team. Fitting ifnyou will that it was at ...
... big hero with Abby, who wanted Katy to spend all her time with her and regularly looked up at Katy saying "I love you Katy!" ...Master of manipulation with her gorgeous little smile!
We visited our old house in Weltevreden park, saw my old school and took a drive around the local neighbourhood to see if things had changed much which it actually hadn't. But it's strange and somewhat surreal to see where we used to live when we were proper South ...
... had accumulated. Our belongings had been sorted into 3 piles- send to SA in boxes, take on the plane and leave behind for housemates/charity shop.
We squished as much as we could into our backpacks and headed to the airport and began the next part of our journey. We were flying via Tel Aviv. After about 15 hours of leaving our place in London, we arrived in Johannesburg. Let the adventure ...