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... they could be. Each "street" acts as an open sewer, there is only one cold water tap for each 50 houses or so. God knows where they all go to the toilet. Electricity just seems to come from pirated lines all connected to sporadic power poles. You hear stories everywhere that so much power that is produced is never paid for by anybody, and here you can see why. Generally the conditions in these town seems to have never improved, ever. I have 3 main thoughts - firstly, ...
... would probably make real maple syrup rather unusual. I think thats the biggest difference between America and South Africa, the availability of maple syrup, or as I like to refer to it, Jesus' tears. We're made to think of everything in contrasts, its how one makes sense of the world. But I dont feel any contrast here anymore, it feels native to me. I feel at home here, probably because its one of the few places in the world I dont ...
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... our new treasurer Britt Taylor.
We broke for a 90 minute lunch during which we enjoyed our conversations and getting caught up on news of family and friends. These conversations and the brotherhood we feel are some of the most encouraging elements of conferences like this one.
In the afternoon I gave an hour-long presentation divided into two parts: an update on the work of the ...
I left on March 14th, 2014 and I flew from Toronto to Amsterdam and then to Joburg with KLM on the Airbus. My layover was approximately 3 hours.
I went with Air France back and the lay over was about 7 hours. I flew on the new larger planes which currently the name escapes me but one cannot appreciate the size of the new plane until the pilot announced it ...