Garden Court Kings Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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... what we were looking for but we were surprised that they should be travelling at this time of the year. Denise (McNamara), you will know why?
We knew that Hougham Park (where John Hougham built his final house) was at Coega and we pulled off the N2, about 20k short of PE to see if we could find it. We were immediately delighted to see a sign pointing to ‘Hougham Park’ and full of enthusiasm, headed off into the bush. However, we also knew ...
... I'm starving and also feed the lion cubs their milk. Wooooop. Another night in Africa. I DON'T WANT TO GO HOME! --------- After writing the blog we ended up going on a last minute night drive. All the stars were ridiculous. We also saw Neptune and Mars on top of lots of different constellations. Just being out on the reserve at night was such a cool ...
... bought what we can carry. Loads of Zim banknotes on offer, from R10 (about 65p) for 10 billion Zim dollars. Probably a fair reflection of the exchange rate.
Back home for lunch and a relaxing afternoon in the sun.
PE is a lovely city, not too big, streets wide, nice and comfortable. Maybe we should think about retiring here?
... There really aren't any set camps just for this purpose so it would take more planning then I first imagined. For example, none of my youth leaders had ever experienced a religious camp themselves so it was a new experience for them all! Which is a great thing!
One of the Core Member's mom offered up a plot of land they had in St. Francis Bay. It had a house where we could do the cooking and the adults could sleep. Plus there was a bonfire pit, plenty ...
... know them, learn their names (which wasn't as easy as I thought it would be), and build a relationship with them. I love my work and my students more and more each day.
When you look at these photos, know that the students you are looking at are very strong people. They all come from very tough family backgrounds. Most have lost at least one of their parents if not both to HIV/AIDs. They live in rough conditions as ...