Quarry Lake Inn
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Today was our last full day in South Africa. We had a little time for some R & R. After a time of worship and an awesome message by Drew at our very own church service, we headed out to the Lion Park and the Indian Ocean. I am sure those of you who have been keeping up with this blog will get a full report from your loved ones/family/friends. It …
Well, the end of the week has been a busy whirlwind. Shoes, shoes, shoes, games, dust, bumpy roads, sweet smiling faces, hugs, laughter, tears and an overwhelming presence of God. Oh, and did I mention Vetkoek (fetcooks)? We have made it to East London, had our first showers in 7 days and after a good meal I believe that we all will be sleeping …
... James nearly had to leave the platform he couldn't control himself!! :) Glen exhorted on creation and particularly lessons we can learn from 'bees'. After the closing prayer we formed a circle for 'share prayer' time, where everyone has the opportunity to say what they need a prayer for and then Stephen would pray and mention all those individual things. We had sausage in a roll with salad for lunch at the hall, everyone stayed and it was nice ...
... If that wasn’t enough, they circled and came
back past me. It was a completely overwhelming experience, feeling though I was
mutual and unfeared in the whales’ home.It was disappointing that my go pro was
lopsided for the experience but we were afforded another encounter shortly
The wind whipped my salty face as I enjoyed
the sand dune coastline on the way back from our last day in what was the
greatest experience I'd have never even dreamed up.
... medico legally doesn't leave me with a leg to stand on (insert Oscar Pistorious joke here). However, what can you do? It needs washing ASAP. The guy with septic shock we resuscitated as best we could (again no monitoring etc) and I then had to insert a big needle and drain as much pus as possible and pump him full of antibiotics. So, having been up half the night doing the best you can in the circumstances, you get shat on from a great height for not taking the patients ...