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... with the help of some fairly potent mushrooms and herbs) until the Shaman would go into a trance. In their trance in the spirit world, they would often assume shapes of animals. It is assumed that the paintings are a reflection of what they saw in their trance. Anyways, the hike was beautiful and the history was very interesting. Some of the pictures below have more details about the individual paintings.
... I was still figuring out where I had to go and what I had to do. Everything is very well signed so it wasn't much of a train smash. Then on to collect my luggage, I couldn't recall whether I needed to look up my first flight details or the second to determine which carasol I needed to go to. I could have sworn the lady in SA said the first one, turns out it was ...
... work as we set about to establish a monthly program of visiting, caring, supporting and encouraging a large number of elderly, ill and isolated brethren & sisters, friends and people in need and with special needs.
So today it was a special privilege to visit Nomvula Khathi, the wife on Bongani in Umlazi who has asked to be baptised. Umlazi is a township on the east coast of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, located south-west of Durban. It is ...
... to make sandwiches with a few of the other volunteers. We drove 5 minutes down the road to the local hospital clinic to hand out sandwiches, apples and a slip of paper with information about the Good News Centre and the free bible course of which 20 signed up!! There were so many people who line up and wait patiently all day to see a doctor.
Our next project was cancelled as no one turned up at school so we had a lazy couple ...
... lion's tail fashioned into a witch doctors wand. Here, our guide
Jeffrey explained the various artifacts, beliefs, and rituals; giving
us an insight into the fascinating Zulu culture.
is the closest we could get to the the real Zulu, and see their
traditional lifestyle. Our guide, explained that they hope the
visitors will come to experience, a life close to the land. We asked
a few questions and he posed for some photographs with us ...