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Today was about as unusual but cool as the title suggests. It began in the Africa Centre hostel/mansion that I stayed in last night with a wonderful homemade cooked breakfast. In the sun. By the pool. With fresh juice. Awesome. About 10, I was supposed to be picked up to go the airport but worryingly 40 minutes later my lift arrived. We then had to stop for cash at a petrol station so we got to the terminal worryingly only an hour and 10 minutes before ...
... of 14kms, of which the crowds were 3 deep for most of the way. We sore people setting up tents the day before and new something special was brewing. We had been told about the amazing locals who get behind the event but racing through screaming fans, bikini girls, African dances, DJ’s, cheer leaders, bikini girls, our very own beautiful WAG’s, Mum & Dad, rappers, locals on the cans and everybody in PE it made the run something very special. To finish ...
... goodness sake!!
There isn't much to do here in the evenings. No alcohol and the other volunteers (non-GRs) are pre-uni age and very 'over the top' hyper. Some have been here for 10 weeks...how?! I would very quickly lose the will to live. I mean it's a great place to completely chill out but you are literally in the middle of nowhere. 10 ...
... to learn where everything was... not to mention how to get into the different rooms with all those keys for tons of gates. I gathered a list of all the teens at Mater Dei and found a list of Young Adults who had been confirmed and thus, could potentially be great Youth Leaders.
Father Jerry, Mater Dei's Parish Priest from Ireland, decided to purchase Life Teen for his parish youth to follow. It's a great interactive program from the United States that is full ...
I am yet to see a cloud in South Africa, this has meant lots of sunny days and cold nights.
We left Cintsa at 6:30AM, meaning getting up a 5:30AM, and headed for Port Elizabeth where we again are staying in another magnificent gated camping ground set next to another nice beach.
We had a tour of a local village, seeing how the local have been living in small dumpy "houses" built by the British for the Boer war. These houses have no electricity or ...