Garden Court East London
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... I sitting up in bed looking at our itinerary on my laptop.
The seas had picked up a bit and it was cold and uninviting outside so breakfast in bed !!
Once showered and dressed, we packed a little more - there is still more to do but I feel like I’ve broken the back of it. Lots of paperwork tossed out which will help lighten the load too !
We then mooched about until ...
... work when I get home. The evening was filled with frogging, spearheaded by Steve of course. After a 15 minute lecture on frogs and how to identify them we headed out. Unfortunately there was a lot more driving around than actual frogging as Dennis could not decide where we should go. We ended up down at the main dam, but were only there for about 20 minutes. We managed to catch a few frogs, all the same, painted reed frogs. Definitely an interesting hobby alongside ...
... on the reserve where two resident hippo inhabited the dam. We threw them bread as they opened their mouths, though the majority ended up as food for the ducks. We also saw terrapins in the dam which rounded out a long day of animal spotting. To end yet another amazing day, we all found out that we had passed final exams. We're all going to Camden! Derek and Liz bought us all Amarula, a South African liqueur similar to Baileys to ...
... fruit to see if they even knew what they were eating and the benefits it held. After the fruit hand out we headed to the Grade 1 class and began our lesson. We practiced our song which will take a bit more practice due to none of the children knowing English. I also had to learn a new word when I realised that being in the Eastern Cape they don't speak Zulu but Xhosa so my zulu "hello" didn't work here and instead I needed to say "molweni" in order to greet the ...
Hi everyone, this is a bit of a long one. I’m sure most of you have heard the good news that Alice and I are now engaged! As with all things related to the Brunker family, it wasn’t a simple undertaking!! The story started about 2 months ago when I had finally saved up enough rand to buy Alice a nice ring. I wanted to propose to Alice in SA, and then have the opportunity to share it with our families on our trip home. The timing was a bit tricky, as Hannah ...