Southern Sun Emnotweni
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... been noticing that life just seems to work out in your favor if you just stop trying to toy with it and let it take it’s course. I first started noticing this in my own life in college, so much so that I even wrote a short story about it called "The Flow of Life." Since then I’ve been realizing this more and more, and through many confirmations within my own life as well as observing them in ...
... we saw flocks of impala, tiny babies in tow. After the sun set, we heard the menacing chuckle of the spotted hyena. They don't look that vicious on first glance, but knowing that their immensely powerful jaws are said to be the strongest of all mammals, ensures one stays up on the deck. After they kill, they eat everything including the bones, horns and hooves. They even eat the teeth and digest it all in 24 hours! What does one expect when they ...
... one of tthe curriculum implementers. This was done after our first day in school, where it is safe to say we woke up o the realities of secondary education in South Africa. A few meetings with local NGOs too- on drugs and alcohol abuse, rape and domestic abuse support and youth support- which were all inspiring.
Our first week was also characterised in the centre by our first day in school. It was very much a culture shock. I was introduced in the assembly ...
... I don't need them." She gave us 3 purple wristbands, and 3 gray ones. We weren't sure what the wristbands were for, so momma put on a purple wristband, and Jess and I put on gray ones. We gave the extra to the people by us, then headed to the front of the line. The wristbands got us into the festival! In the festival, we tried potatoes ...
On our last full day of safari (and did the time ever fly!), we thought we were going to get rained out. Leaving at the usual 6am "gate opening" time, Craig headed north to repeat the route of the previous day. But not too far down the road, the rain sprinkles became a little stronger to the point he was reaching through his side window with a squeegee to clear a spot to see to drive (since his windshield wipers had failed). We again saw a lion (male) just outside ...