Protea Hotel Umhlanga Ridge
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27 Sep I slept in for the first time today, for the first time, I didn't want to get out of bed. It was overcast and windy outside and being Saturday I had no reason to get up. James went to Rick and Sonya's early to watch the Swans get obliterated. I eventually dragged myself out of bed, put the washing on and cleaned our unit as it had been at least 2 weeks since the maid had access to our unit, sometimes it's easier to just do ...
... right at home:
- There are more than 475 women assaulted every day in the US, and that likely represents only 16% of cases
- Only 5% of campus rapes are reported and a New England study found almost 2/3rds of campus rapes are by serial rapists who can assume their crimes won’t be revealed (14 victims on average per serialist)
- The blame for sexual abuse is often put on the victim. Story from Plains, GA ...
... exercise class with the ladies which is then followed by a cooking class that Sonya runs. Both these are new sessions we are running to see the interest we get within the township and from the reaction of the first session the women are excited!
Wednesday - Yvette and I head back to Braingym for our 2nd day of the week doing the same lesson and craft but with the next Grade R class.
After which we head back to the Good News Creche and do a ...
... to preach in the waiting areas this does not hinder people. Not at all.
Wild eyed men raise up on the plastic seats to ‘save’ the masses. ‘Don’t waste your time here’ they say, ‘Just pray to Jesus.’ Good advice I think looking at the packed waiting room and lines of full rusty wheel chairs. Occupants to fat to fit in are crammed everywhere.
Sometimes they are simply psychotic, our yellow mild mannered security men flank ...
... forks to choose from so at some point we took the wrong one and ended up going not towards Port St John but Mthata. So we spent about 3 hours on small dirt roads with people wondering “what are those two doing here?” until we ended up on the N2. Well as we had over 300 km to go we decided to follow the N2. We had been told to go to a great place just outside Port Shepstone, called Mantis and Moon. I called them to make sure we could come with a roof top tent and they ...