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... how we could help. One place was a school by the name of Thoboshana. A small rural school just down the road from Tracey. After speaking to the principal she seemed excited and encouraged by the ideas we had and very welcoming for us to come and help in anyway. So after a stop at the shops yesterday and evening of cutting up coloured appear and printing our words for our English class and making up juice and cutting and quartering over 100 oranges, we were ...
... greeted each guest by name, mentioning how long they we're staying and where they were from etc, a nice touch. We had planned a morning jog which didn't materialise, and my best intentions at the breakfast buffet were quickly undone by the array of things on offer, and again I needed to be rolled out of the dining room. Alice had a little more self control, and was doing the rolling. The third trip was to a town called rhodes in the southern ...
... The last 5 minutes of the half seemed to drag for ages and when the Aussies scored you could sense the corporate stress level in the crowd increase 10 fold. When this was backed up by the Aussie onslaught after half time, there was a sense of inevitability edging its way in to the crowd, but no loss of passion or support. This, of course was released as Halfpenny put Sexton over, and although at this point there was no feeling of certainty, the worm had turned and what followed ...
... the crossing at the river mouth is by a small pont. This is basically a floating bunch of planks with a motor on the back which carries two cars, and however many people, cattle, chickens etc per trip. It's quite a watershed moment as you leave civilisation (sort of) with Tarmac roads and phone signal, and on the other side is a dirt, potholed track heading in to the great unknown. We drove up with Jon and Elia (a couple who work at the hospital), and made it on to the second to ...
... at the site we saw a few monkeys, and they caught a night adder, which we only saw when it was safely in a cage. The beach was perfect. I don't have any photos as I forgot my camera battery, but we linked up with a few friends on the beach and just enjoyed the blazing sun and crashing waves. In the evening we went to the Morgan Bay hotel for dinner and a few drinks. After a beautiful chilled time, all of the good work was undone by the drive home, and I ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service