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... the stay here as it’s our first 5 star experience as a
family, albeit for one night. Our concierge made a reservation for us and our
guests Jason and Pauline at a nearby Portuguese restaurants which served our
best meal of the holiday.
Sunday 30th August
So today is it. We leave this beautiful yet decaying country which is home to so many people that we love. The good times and memories we have ...
... to the centre we complained and filled in an incident report all of us from the boat. We didn't have to pay for the first dive either. We decided we had had enough of Coral Divers it was the most unfriendly place we have ever dived and safety wasn't a priority. We'll leave tomorrow. Checked out of Sodwana Bay and set off for St. Lucia. Because of no internet we had no accommodation but arriving in St Lucia we soon found a very nice cabana on the Main Street. Checked in ...
... in all South African churches.
I spoke in the afternoon after hearing the small but enjoyable children's choir. Always a hard act to follow.
We fly to Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe tomorrow where I will speak Sabbath. I was there for 2 days 2 weeks ago for Primrose Mukarati funeral. She was the wife of elder Mike Mukarati.
The best thing I learned today was that Johannesburg is the largest man made forest in the world because all the trees have been planted. My most interesting observation was how the soccer stadium is sort of like a lantern. The stadium is huge and very impressive, almost wish we could have seen it from the inside as well. My most unique experience was being able to visit Nelson Mandela's house. I feel like he is such a big part of ...
... sky, and reached from the tent itself through zippered flaps. Taking a shower meant creating a large potential target for the bugs. The staff at the camp tended to dismiss the prevalence of the biting creatures, but they were real. Insect repellent was partially helpful. Fortunately, even though endemic in the region, malaria is not common, so mosquito bites pose a limited threat, further diminished by our use of anti-malarial malarone. The tse-tse flies do not ...