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... that I would not have to rise at dawn for a game drive.
Sunday was a very pleasant day. Richard and Jill had church duties. I relaxed at home catching up with my emails and doing some washing and ironing. We went out for lunch to a lovely restaurant called Makaranga, in nearby Kloof. It was set in beautiful tropical gardens and after eating we enjoyed a short stroll in the warm spring sunshine. On the drive back we ...
... would be encouraging the municipality (Local council) not to help, as well as putting money right back in the landlords pocket. We decided the best thing we could right now was be there for support and love and try and do what was immediately needed which was food. It was agreed we would make food parcels for the 35 adults now homeless, get packs for the 9 Sunday School students who attend who had lost everything as well as the 9 year ...
... Drakensburg, a mountain range unusual in formation, huge bluffs rose from African savanna to my left, not unlike scenery found in a John Wayne's Western 'The Searchers', filmed in Monument Valley, USA. Everywhere had been blessed with heavy rains, a green veil drapped over the landscape instead of Monument Valley's lunar red dust. I hadn't imagined South Africa would be so beautiful. With the blood of Jesus running through my veins by now, 10 hours later we reached Durban. Now, ...
... snorkel masks, our waterproof camera and balls of steel. The cage moved to the middle of the tank where we could hold our breath and peer under water at the scenery around us. The water was pretty salty as it was pumped in straight from the ocean from under the pier on the beach. There were shoals of fish, ragged tooth shark, bull shark, hammer heads, a something bass fish (looked like a dinosaur creature!) and loads more. It was amazing. Even Kylie was enjoying it. At ...
... former British fort and important railroad hub in the 1800s, and then we turned slightly northeast cruising just south of the tiny land-locked country of Lesotho, before making a slow decent into the southeastern section of Kwa-Zulu Natal. The landing approach took us out over the Indian Ocean before touching down at 11:15 am at King Shaka International Airport in Durban. Good weather all the ...