Sai Rock Beach Hotel
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OH yes, how nace it is,good food,lovely accommodation, u got to move oll your stre\s and oll your lovely honeymoon i loved that pelce
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... Palm crowned by Leopard Orchids are scattered in the grassland. it was great to see all the animals, it is unbelievable how up and close you can get with them. . The management does a good job of keeping the place clean and the facility is good for an afternoon out.with the family for play and Barbecue. There was a friendly giraffe, Ostrich and antelope found here, there was also bird watching there with the tour guide. Visit Nguuni and enjoy the outdoors with ...
... and not forgetting............................. .................
My lovely generous CSMT colleagues
The money raised (360 pounds) from the 'Great Crown House Bake Off' and CSMT giant Christmas card has been spent directly on the boys and the centre I have been working at.
Because of your kindness, hard work and generosity you have provided the following:
School shoes for Charles (the only ...
... but it has been easy to pick up the basics. I have even got to the point now where I can pick up on certain bits of conversation from the odd word or phrase I know. I have come to love the way the locals say certain things, or have certain names for things. When eating food they say they 'take food', so instead of saying 'did you have porridge for breakfast', they say 'did you take porridge for breakfast'. Instead of saying 'can I take a photo', they ask 'can ...
... reminding him to WEAR his new shoes!!!!
After lunch I began the arduous journey to the school. I knew it would be a long journey but was so excited about seeing the boys we dropped off there 2 weeks ago that I really didn't care! Of course the music on the matatu made it pass a bit quicker!
I reported to Sister Emma on arrival, it was lovely to see her. She is such a busy lady but always has time to talk to you. She was keen to know how it was ...
... only the beauty of the nature around us, but the people who make life unforgettable.
So I leave you with a message that a friend of mine send me during my last struggle and it lifted me up and I want to share it with you. Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
"What is success but the unwavering faith to pursue a dream in the face of all obstacles until eventually a door opens and you are where you were always meant to be" C.Nordyke