Sunbird Mount Soche
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... it seems the whole site has been designed so that all rain water floods into our new baby room in south building. They were all happily toddling around on Friday when hundreds of litres of muddy rain water started to flood under their doors. It was actually quite fun scooping it all out with buckets and trying to battle to tide….but it’s not really funny, the whole drainage system will need looking at, or we’ll end up ...
... you, there won’t be any electricity or gas to worry about as
they’ll still cook outside on wood fired rocket stoves. Anyway, that’s all been
so straight forward. On the other hand, try buying an extension lead so that I
can plug my computer in. I’ve had to fill out requisitions in triplicate, get
quotes, argue about quality, prove that I really need it, book a vehicle to go
and get quotes, share that vehicle with someone who ...
... trying again.
The camp is approximately 600 meter from where the GPS indicated. There are no signs posted anywhere, not even at the gate. The folks at Mala-a-Moyo are lovely and soon settled us in. The site belongs to the New Covenant Church and has various buildings on it. It is not a holiday campsite but rather a stopover camp site. They have electricity and the bathroom is very clean with hot water. Very secure ...
... plan for the manager to come after me. I have managed to get some time with the children too. I sat with one little girl who was playing with a teaset. She found a saucepan and “poured” me a cup of phala (runny porridge); I pretended to drink it and thanked her. She took the cup back, and then poured me a cup of mowa (beer). She knows what grown-ups like! We’ve also had a big clean-up week as the childcare rooms were starting to look ...
... to Inchope and we were laughing (on the inside) because we were more than happy with R100. Everyone wins in Africa.
It was pure luxury to be in a 4x4 with aircon. The only snag was that our driver had only one CD which consisted of four songs that looped. Still, as we sit here writing this, we cannot get the **** house reggae out of our heads. With catchy lyrics such as, “your first enemiiiiies are your frieeeeends,” who can blame us.