Holiday Inn Express Pretoria-Sunnypark
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As I reflect on 2013 I can truly say it was an amazing year for me - when I left the UK in Dec 2012 heading for Sydney I could never have imagined how the year turned out for me! Many things happened in a way that I never expected.
Whilst I was discussing a potential short term work opportunity with my old employer I could never have imagined that the short term opportunity would turn into 3 months as Operations Director in Kenya, 3 ...
... still subscribers to our literature because we will be the one to feed them.
Isella told me that one of the large upscale community churches asked us for 150 copies of the Good New magazine to put into a welcome packet for new people. They found our GN relevant and attractive. Our address is clearly visible and perhaps readers who are bent towards discovering what is biblically correct can make discerning judgments.
... into supporting projects and sustainable development, and I am hoping this will be the first example of many.
I was immediately impressed with our guides – they were young, funny and very knowledgeable about the history of the area. We walked slowly through the streets and I was engulfed by the cultural diversity, the greeting of people and the laughter of small children running around us. We eventually came to an area where back ...
Africa the craddle of mankind.
Drove to Pretoria, the administrative capital of SA. Streets are lined with Jaconranda trees in bloom, purple flowers. We visited the Vortrekkers Monument depicting the history of SA. Learned the role of the Voortrekkers (the Dutch pioneers) in the development of SA. Visited the grounds of the Union Buildings where Mandela ...
... Anyway, we had a very successful day in the park, spotting 4 out of the big 5. Sadly the leopard was the only one that we didn't see. At 5.30pm, after a full day on the road we left Kruger and drove down towards Nelspruit, stopping in a lodge for the night in White River. The folllowing morning we had another early start and drove the 4 and a half hours to Johannesburg. We stopped by the Nikon Centre to get our D700 looked at in the hope that it could be ...