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... in the mission work over here and to be involved in these people's personal and spiritual lives.
These are the highs and beautiful times of my days in South Africa. But there are other days, dark days, sad days that manifest the frailty of life and danger here. My mission work partner, my brother in Christ and my friend Barry, has suddenly found his world falling apart around him with the devastating news that his life long bride and wife has ...
... Manor does not have adequate parks and recreation facilities, no shops beyond small food stands, and no public transportation at night. Everyone is required to go into the city or the mall to do basic grocery shopping, which puts a further economic and time constraint on the working class. In order to access things like a grass soccer pitch one must venture towards the middle class white neighborhoods surrounding the university. Overall, I really enjoyed my experience ...
... selection of imaginative salads, cheeses, specialty breads. Wow!
By 2pm we were off to the Drakensberg for our choir experience. Driving down our dirt road to the main road we pass Hambrook village, one of the few South African indigenous villages able to maintain their private land in spite of the 1913 Land Act. It wasn’t till 1994 that the Act was repealed, and the original 21 families here are now landlords to many others.
... city centre where we had to walk through a beautiful park and past the stunning city hall building to our next bus stop to take us to Victoria market. This second bus was the people movers bus, one of 3 lines that takes you all around the city, sort of for tourists but the locals use it to. All plain and simple, and all for less than £1!
We were heading to Victoria market for 2 reasons; 1) to obviously shop, 2)to find an Indian restaurant to try the ...
... as with everything here as much as it is crazy and different I LOVE it!! It actually wasn't till Glenn pointed it that I realised when we were eating lunch at Macca's that we were the only white family there! I just assumed they were staring cause of my 3 crazy undisciplined children! Lol
In the afternoon we decided to split up. Glenn, Ollie and Dad went with the 2 young guys (Matt & Sam) to run a soccer afternoon which ...