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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... By 10.00am I was on my way, following Vanessa to the Port Elizabeth Bible Education Centre (BEC) in an outer suburb Port Elizabeth. The BEC was an old shipping container, converted into a room for people to come and go and receive free bible correspondence courses or just chat about the bible. There are four bible courses in total and each student or visitor is given 2 parts of a course to take home and complete. After completing the 2 parts, they would return to have ...
... sitting in a hall I'd never been in and feeling blessed to be given this opportunity to meet with these people, and visit this amazing place and thinking that God obviously helps out these "speakers wives" as my children had yelled and screamed and fought all day and right now when I needed it they were perfect. More then perfect. We were then invited for dinner by Michael and Vanessa Floyd. Again, just getting to meet new people let alone get to visit their homes is always ...
... of hanging umbrellas now served a purpose other than attracting the tourists for photographs. Luckily, the dreariness didn't last and it was back to business as usual with the sun splitting the sky by the following morning, all memory of the showers forgotten about as the puddles quickly disappeared.
The clear skies continued and set the scene nicely to depart from Mauritius and sail further west for Réunion, a short trip of roughly one hundred and thirty miles that was only ...
Masinyusane opened up the first computer lab at Lwandelekazi High School this week! It has taken some time (Jim and Caitlin worked hard at this) to get the donated computers up to date and to get an alarm system installed in the room... but it's finally done. Although there is no internet yet, the students are learning to use a computer for their first time. They are absolutely loving it.
After teaching English on ...
... Amarula, and Don Pedros
- There’s a HUGE lack of recycling here, even in the nice areas!
- Cans (pop cans) weigh a lot more than ours. They use a lot more aluminum per can.
-Pop isn’t called “Pop” or even “Soda.” In fact any drink that isn’t tea or coffee is usually just referred to as a “cool drink.” So when you visit a house they will ask “Do you want tea, coffee, water, or a cool ...