Protea Hotel Umhlanga
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... shoes ("I crave proper shoes"), as well as fresh t-shirts, underpants and shorts!
... skills themselves. You can tell that some kids come from tough backgrounds or home situations as they act out and some of them make gang signs and use really intense language. A lot of them seem to be starving for love and I don't think I've ever gotten so many hugs. I'm exhausted and fell asleep on the couch watching modern family with a few people at the house. My body is going to be sore tomorrow. Before I forget, Happy birthday Kat! Hope you had a great day! ...
... agreed were bustards but couldn't decide whether Kori or Southern Black Korhaan. They were a long way away, half hidden on the edge of some scrub and the heat shimmer was disturbing our view. We spent a good half-hour parked up looking at them. Don't we have anything better to do? We drove up to a high lookout point, and in the distance could make out a line of brown shapes that could only be elephants. So we drove down to where they were, and suddenly we were literally surrounded ...
... at the Jooste Hospital, the only public hospital in Manenberg. We got to meet with (7) community health workers and another (7) Volunteers whom we’ll be partnering up with over the next couple weeks. From there we traveled to the Manenberg SHAWCO Centers, the primary school (where GV worked last year) and then to the People’s Center. The center is our "home base" in Manenberg which acts like a community center almost. There are programs, a soup ...
... the wharf markets seeing the various crafts being sold by the vendors there. At one of the squares there was a series of four statues, depicting the four Nobel Peace Prize winners from South Africa. Next to this square was another market inside one of the old wharf sheds. This was a food market or should I say a 'foodie' market. From organic breads and cheeses, to exotic teas, to duck fillet burgers, chinese dumplings, lemon curd tarts and bio-friendly, grass-fed beef, ...