Protea Hotel Umhlanga Ridge
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... The women we've met from our support group were so sad to see us go, as we were to them! So many smiling faces through the hard times they go through, the kids that never stop smiling and always are up for a giggle -I am personally doing so well at not grabbing random children and George held her first infant without dropping him, so it's a week of accomplishments! We also had a road trip the middle weekend, hiring a car with a friend of ours ...
... 8221; , and you flash out a large smile to each and every one of them, because you genuinely are feeling elated and so strong that your legs are lighter and faster than they have ever been especially when you are running distances you have never run before – you, my friend, are in unchartered territory at this point. I will not be surprised if you said no, because I never thought I could ever feel like this before this race. Trust me; it is the most ...
... with the advice "Don't burn anything" I learnt that the possibility of staying in Africa next year is getting more and more likely. I learnt that if you dream big and trust that God is leading you in the right direction.... He probably is. I learnt that if you want 30 Zulu kids to yell and cheer your name, you need to be awesome at trampolining. I learnt that I should label clothes if I don't want to loose them. I learnt that meeting new friends ...
... pint pitcher for the two of us to share as the other two were driving. He seemed pretty keen to have a few to say the least, and I think he wanted to test out the Englishman's drinking abilities, in a fun way though, he was a great lad. We got another pitcher in by the time we made it to out seats. We were pretty high up in the top teir of a very steeply built stadium, so we had a great view of the action. The first half was terrible from a Sharks point of view, which was the ...
Not very hygienic looking as some of these stalls look like they came from a carnival that was closed down by the board of health.
But being able to try mutton chops and pap (a local cuisine) cooked by Zulus is tempting.
It's one of those moments where you process a hundred racing thoughts in 5 seconds....
- scary stalls
-raw meat sitting out for probaly two days
- people are handling money ...