Southern Sun Pietermaritzburg
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... he places the lure just EXACTLY where he wants it. Looks easy, it ISN'T!! We spent the late afternoon with Simon casting for me and rowing the boat around this beautiful 25 acre lake surrounded by the rolling midlands hills that were spotted with cattle and the distant Drakensberg mountains fringed the horizon. We caught exactly nothing, maintaining my perfect fishing average of 100% failure! But what a beautiful evening in a beautiful ...
... country as privileged and rich as Canada). Instead, at Makaphutu, children are being raised, quite literally, on a hilltop overlooking a valley darkened by the shadow of death. But in the eyes of those children I see joy and contentment - and the seeds of the hope that will carry them through it.
If you would like to learn more about Makaphutu Children's Village:
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Then I warily began to speak as God revealed something else to me. Basically, I finally realized what it meant for me to allow God’s strength to shine through me. I understood what that looked like by watching the girl at church, but I do not have a disability to let God shine through. But, in that moment I realized the areas of my life that I can let him be strong in. I realized that the reason so many people are turned ...
... overwhelming experience which included a fair share of barside entertainment and domino Jägerbomb display (Cos/Daniel not sure who was the instigator..) topped off with a sub-nine minute near death demonstration of putting the rooftop tent up and down again (Kotwal, second bet you've lost - that's at least 3 tequilas).
Despite leaving on the said date, we couldn't actually call ourselves ready. Hungover and resultant sense of humour loss meant we just ...
... first. When it was our turn everyone came to take pictures and followed how it went as the Land Rover Defender 110 is quite a different car to drive than a new Land Rover Discovery 4. Then we get to the very interesting part, a 30° side incline (that actually more looked like 45°) with some wonderfully deep potholes. The other Landys go first. Interesting to see how the car stayed pretty much straight with one wheel half a meter ...