Road Lodge Port Elizabeth
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Tuesday 8th April. Before I give you a rundown of what was an awesome first day on the reserve I should explain how the days work here. 7:00 -Get Up. 7:30 -9:30 - 1st Activity 9:30 - 10:00 - Breakfast 10:00 - 13:00 - 2nd Activity 13:00-14:00 - Lunch 14:00 - 17:00 -3rd Activity 18:00 - Dinner 19:00 onwards - free timeeee. So this morning I woke up raring to go at 7. I got changed in to my walking boots, shorts and got ...
... the coast. It was only an hour and a half and we had lunch too which was cool. At the airport we were picked up by our transfer but were apparently missing a fellow traveller. The guy didn't seem fussed so we trotted along to the hostel where we were told we would be picked up at 4pm. Tim our fellow traveller emerged from the airport and we sat and got to know each other and play a fe card games. Livvi has brought pooh trumps. Like top trumps but with ...
After doing online courses through ProDive in Port Elizabeth, I finally qualified to get in the water and get my PADI Open Water Diver Certification!
The first day we (myself, Amy (the Church Secretary's daughter), a group of girls from Holland, a lovely couple, and a Skipper) were required to be in the pool all morning. Then, because the waves were so big, they canceled our shore dives in the afternoon. This was good news... a nice way to start off slow. However, instead of ...
... It lays out lessons, Core Team (Youth Leader) recruitment videos and resources, and other material on how to plan liturgy. However, even though full of helpful guides, it was still a lot of new material. I spent a good few days just trying to understand how the program worked and how to use the material.
After speaking the first Sunday, I decided that the best thing I could do for the next two weeks was to just observe how things were being ran.
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... but progressively under a program Mandela setup, new houses are being built in great numbers and people moving to the new developments. Mandela had 800,000 homes built in his 5 years as president. We shared a meal with the locals.
We saw a long line at a shop and were told they were lining up to buy electricity tokens. Rather than paying for electricity we have used, the locals here have to save up to buy electricity tokens that they feed their meter ...