Garden Court Marine Parade
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... right back on time 22:02 (curfew is 22:06 because the captain one day was 6 minutes late, so we have a 6-minute grace period ;-) )! I was sooo tired but satisfied. We drove for 15 hours to get lunch and pet some cheetahs and Servals. Crazy, I know... But so worth it!
The following day I refused to go running in the early morning, I was too tired of the day before (sitting in a car all day can ...
... turned out to be rickshaws. Our guide pointed out some owned by Zulu men who put on traditional head dress when they pull the rickshaw with a customer.
We drove on to an area which is being revitalised – some nice old buildings being restored and some new buildings surrounded by canals. Close by was a “Wet n’ Wild” type place and then we drove around to another block and were shown ...
... home. By the time we had finished the shopping we were feeling a lot happier and the thought of sharing time and a meal with Lithle and Rosie made us excited. The gloomy overcast start to our day had now evaporated and the skies of our hearts and minds were clearing as we were now chatting excitedly about the prospects of our day ahead …… but nothing we thought or talked about prepared us for what God had in store for us this ...
Seconds before the Archbishop started
his Eucharist service, he turned around, look at the stage and asked
Gene Young, our Cruise Director, “Where is the choir?”
Then when the Soweto Gospel Choir
appeared one by one on the stage, Archbishop Desmond Tutu smiled,
giving Gene Young a thumbs up sign; then proceeded with the service.
I have always been fascinated with him,
having seen his pictures in ...
... small. It was yet another eye opening experience watching these girls get so excited over school shoes. A school shoe, a black simple shoe and a cheap one at that. The average shoe was less then $10 AUD but only when you are down at that level, looking at the shoes on their feet already, many with holes in the sides or soles, broken buckles or just stretched beyond repair that you appreciate what a simple cheap yet NEW shoe means to ...