Shumba Valley Lodge
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... numbers to NZ) it isn't visible from Jo'burgh due to the old mining waste heaps that look like miniature table top mountains so the people were well and truly hidden from view. The first houses we saw were the rich and upper class black houses which would not not look out of place in many European towns,then we saw the hostels built for single men who were working in industry. These have no water,electricity or sanitation officially still but they are slowly being ...
... be required. Rob, you ridiculous Scot (with the utmost affection, awa'n bile your head!), have a wonderful summer and a brilliant time in Aberdeen; I'll move heaven and earth to come and visit in December. I miss you both terribly already. Thank you - so much - for making the last three weeks so fecking brilliant.
More mayhem (and no more farewells, thank god, I'm not sure I could cope) to follow this week, I'm sure. Talk soon x
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... and a lot more. For the 7 hour flight to Dubai, it was very needed.
Oh but what a long flight indeed. I coudn't sleep much, slept about an hour in total. My brother had a nice long nap though, about 2 hours. I was too excited to sleep and kept staring at the people.... I was probably a bit creepy to the other people, but I found them all fascinating.
We actually regretted eating so much before the flight. Both ...
... believe that God will carry me through this time, because I have been pushed in ways I did not expect and felt things that have caught me off guard. Things have challenged me and forced me back to God, and despite the fatigue and stress of homesickness, I am glad for it. Had this trip simply been the adventure I had planned, I would not have grown in the ways I am continuing to grow. I honestly do not know what to expect from these months ...
... rather ambivalent to our presence, but as the day moved on they became more interested in us in between bouts of whipping. Two in particular became very friendly and inquisitive and as Mamo spoke some Hamar, we were able to talk a little with them, but Mamo did seem more interested in pursing his own conversations with them , rather than allowing us to converse with them. This made me realise again how privileged I had been in Nagaland.
Next the jumper ...