Fabz Estate Hotel
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... Laying awake at Gwango camp hearing elephants trumpent, hyenas bark, and possibly even a lion roar (unless I imagined that), the baboons barking in the tree directly above our tent in the Okavango Delta, and even Vivian's barking at me to steer more to the right as I inevitably drifted to the left when driving brings it's memories. Then there was the eruption of our truck into life, harkening us to get on board for our next leg of the journey, the click sounds of ...
... would turn out okay. Her daughter is grown up and is now a practicing doctor. Her message was never give up, God is on your side. She was very inspirational and received a big applause. Mass continued, and again lots of music.
This church can seat up to 2000 people, and has space for 5000 standing. It's a beautiful church, and has had a pivotal role in the townships history for resistance against apartheid.
Regina Mundi's figure ...
-How much would those tickets cost?
She checked her screen, wrote out a sum in Ariary, and did a rough calculation into dollars.
By this time the flight was going to close in ten minutes. I didn’t see much choice, so I grudgingly pulled out a credit card and held it out; I was scheduled to speak in Johannesburg.
-We don’t have a card reader; this is not a ...
... of the flight!! In any case, nothing can dampen our spirits at this point!!
The last few weeks have been crazy, hectic, stressful and pretty emotional!! The move out of our townhouse went without a hitch, and we spent the last 2 weeks in Sydney between our mums’ houses (thank you Vivienne and June!), as well as a very relaxing 3 nights up in the Gold Coast with my dad and Val, and a night in the city with Emma and Glen (how good were ...
... sides of the highways were filled with little shacks and garbage piles. Very sad sight. I checked into the hotel that I will be staying in for the night and just relaxed. I sat outside for a little bit, but the wind made it impossible to sit for more than a few minutes. I watched 2 rugby games and caught up on some sleep. Tomorrow morning I am meeting up with my volunteer organization, African Impact, and will be taken to a neighboring town for a week to ...