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... old daughter and I. My husband and our two sons will probably only fill one suitcase. Which I'm happy with because that means two empty ones need filling with goodies :) I hope you enjoy our little blog and choose to follow the biggest holiday we'll experience as a family. Disclaimer: the kids are 'selfie' crazy and I will not be help responsible for many 'duck faces' which will be uploaded in front of every possible place or thing. xoxo ...
... until we came to a grinding halt, the road was a dead-end that led to a mining company only. With no option, we were forced to drive back the way we had come on our now 20 mile detour. Finally we arrived at the tiny Richards Bay airport and located the Thrifty office. We explained that we had concerns for Daisy's clutch and would like it looked at. The 2 very helpful young men were having none of it and immediately insisted that they replace our car, even offering a free ...
... hand out food something happens. Children come out of nowhere! running down the hills towards you, peering out of doorways, running up the street. Can they smell it? Is it the sound of the excited children we're feeding? who knows, but either way, in areas like these, word gets out fast!
There is nothing like giving. Giving of your time, and giving of food to those in need. As always there was a few that respectfully declined but most people were grateful. Even asking if they ...
... br> sweet potatoes and fries as sides. It was way more food than I could
eat. Even with the 500ml beer and his lemonade, we only paid 160 rand
($30 after tip). We walked back the RIGHT way and hung out in the room. I
went to bed before the girls got back.
11/26 - Durban/Jo-burg/ATL/home
up fairly early and went to Mugg & Bean again. I checked my flight
and email, then we hit the casino again since I didn't have much time
After breakfast at another spectacular guest house, The Lodge at Curry's Post, we drove to a nearby elementary school that black children attend. White children attend private schools and start in kindergarten whereas black children start in grade 1. Already a year behind the white kids. They all wear school uniforms provided by the school board. The Principal, Mildred, greeted us and put it in context. Children walk to and from school, some as much as 8 kilometres. They walk on ...