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... It kind of worked and we laughed about how shocking how luck had been this trip. We then drove on to our next stop of the day, some caves where man kind began (?!) - matts choice. To get there it didn't take too long, but by this stage our sat nav was beginning to run out of power, and because of the faulty cigarette lighter in the hire car, we were unable to charge it. Matt insisted it only took half an hour from ...
... by the time I get the train back but still light enough to be able to walk home from Sandton station. I was planning to get a taxi back to my guest house but they looked a bit dodgy to me so it's a half hour walk back at the end of the day. I have to say Jo'burg is growing on me, the people are so friendly, everyone I walk past on the street home says hello (this is probably because people who walk are very rare here but it's sweet all the ...
... we head to Soweto, the epicentre of the struggle against apartheid. The sidewalk in from of Mandela's home is crowded with sidewalk vendors selling cheap tshirts with predictable slogans. We are glad we didn't sign on for the tour. On our last evening, we dashed through a summer thunderstorm to The Leopard Bistro, a few blocks over. We squandered all of our hipster cred in our MEC rain jackets. ( with all due respect to Brad!). Today we fly to Windhoek and begin the Namibian leg of our ...
Wedding preparations have reached fever pitch as we are finally one day away from the big day! The morning was spent at the church getting things ready, and the kids and I returned to the house to spend the afternoon at the pool. Such a gorgeous 25 C spring day with partly cloudy deep blue skies and a gentle ...
... explore my home culture. I left here never wanting to come back, and then realized what the Lord has given in this amazing land. This spurred a bout of homesickness and a new desire to return. Through time, and a few trips back, I was able to let go, and trust the Lord in whatever He's doing in our lives. Amazing that we have come full circle, and have a new God-given desire to see spiritual healing in this land.