Protea Hotel Cairo Road
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I slept soundly from the time my head hit the pillow until the alarm rang. We always had the alarm set as game drives meant getting up at 5am and the day we packed up it was 4.30.
The first day we did morning and evening drives. The 4-8 pm drive is my favourite as not only do you have 2 hours in the dark using a spotlight but you have a 'Sundowner' drink. The first evening drive was eventful for the wrong reasons. The spotlight failed so we had to wait for another jeep to ...
... high five or fist pump. A great bunch of kids. Some were playing checks with bottle lids. Other children had pull 'car' toys made from garbage. they were pulling them around proudly. It was sad yet uplifting. They were still able to enjoy the simple pleasures of playing with toys.
Charcoal is the fuel of choice. Water is pulled from various community wells.
One team members asked what the men do for work after the occupations of the women were listed. 'The men do not work, they ...
... of the others used a roller to do the big patches of yellow. After the first coat was done we had to wait a little while for it all to dry. It wasn't long until the others arrived and we all had lunch! Pasties again, I had chicken today! Mm and a coffee! After that we got straight back to work. We all began the second coat of yellow together. The boys were tall enough to reach the high parts that Paul had been doing earlier. A lot of extras hands made ...
... within the school they still had a couple that had been given the first year visited! I think this was in 2007. A man named Floyd was the first to greet us, he was lovely! When Mike took the computer out of the case, both Adrian and Floyd couldn't thank us enough! Floyd kept repeating 'we are so grateful for what you people have done for us'. It was a very heart warming experience. We told them about a charity in the UK we are trying to get involved with ...
Adam Malawi was an incredible experience all round. Extremely emotional in the fact that the country is so poor but is truly beautiful with extremely positive and happy people. There were 2 lads that I got to know, Raj and Rodger. Rodger was helping at camp, cooking etc. top bloke! He took us on a tour of the local village. As soon as we stepped out we were surrounded by local lads asking us questions about ourselves etc, all groundwork before trying to ...