Quarters Hotel Florida Road
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... flight and as I saw my details on the screen I spotted my bag coming out second in line from across the room - yip dad I was very grateful for my unique bag. Thank you! Got my bag and then it was on to meet the family and to head off to Nottingham. Looking around I expected things to be totally different being in a different country for the first time - not ...
... of God and a wry smiles comes across her face as she recalls many of the things she has learnt about Jesus and looks forward to regarding the coming Kingdom of God.
Nomvula is a simple Zulu woman with simple tastes, but is rich in grace with a powerful
yearning to be with her Lord. It was such a beautiful experience and pleasure
to spend the morning with her and Barry and listen to her “good confession” ……
... it was time for her to leave, and that was the end of our 12 day Skype call. 12 days. So long and yet soooo short. But I wouldn't change it. Having her be part of my life here was incredible and getting to share so many aspects of it with her was so important. Even seeing the boys and Frankie together reminded that genetics are way stronger then distance and even after a year and a half, Frankie played with the boys like she always has, like no time had passed. It reminded ...
... wore heavy brass anklets, while the rest
all wore colorful beaded anklets with a matching beaded waist
garland. Around the necks of the male dancers were huge black and
white beaded necklaces. On their left arms they carried oval animal
skin shields, while on their right hands, they carried a white fur
like feather duster.
the next hour, they beat their drums to chants matched with frenetic
energy. Their joyous, hectic thump, thump, reverberated ...
... and dancing around the tiny living room of our house. It was quite an experience. Every night, at 8pm, although probably a few minutes after 8 because there is no concept of punctuality here, we sit down and watch Generations. I love Generations. It is a soap opera that constantly switches between three languages. You may think that sounds crazy, but trust me, Generations is part of the culture here. It is the most ...