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it stonk and was so deity and throu up because of the smell
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... is next on the horizon? I hope to get back to Kenya soon to visit the lodges I have on the North Mathioya River - the last two should be completed in the next send weeks. I say should as this is Africa and everything has taken much longer than I believed they would. The feedback from people who have stayed in the first two has been fantastic and I will be soo happy to go back and stay when all four are completed. I also made a promise ...
... had new names. The street signs displayed both names with the old name crossed out by a red line. It would be interesting to see how long the old names stay. The city's dead center, Church Square, still has the Paul Kruger statue with the Afrikaaner heroes underneath him. It did not seem to us that they have any place in the minds of the new South Africans who occupy the park today.
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... days – the lake were we sailed boats – my brother Robs boat sunk once and they drained the lake to retrieve his boat; canals; bridges and of course the playground equipment with a lovely talllll slide - just like I remember. There was even a rocking horse – I'm sure it is the same one that was there when I was a kid. Giva had a ball – he even persuaded Lindas daughter Sharon to ride on the slide ...
... why a RPCV (returned) community is so important--to actually have people who understand what I did for 2 years.
We went to the South African PC office today. So posh, or PC light as they say. A bunch of South African PVCs are COSing soon, so I scored some free clothes, very fancy for a PCV of Zambia, so that I don't have to wear the same outfit every day.
South Africa's still just alright; I'd rather be in Zambia.
... did arrive, however, there definitely weren't enough for each student. All the students had to share with at least one other student, sometimes two. That makes for a very difficult reading session because every student is not on the same reading level and its easy for someone to get lost as their partners are going too fast. Or, for a student to become disengaged because his/her partners are too slow. Overall, the experience was a great introduction to the work we ...