The King Edward Hotel
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... packed and the balcony was in full use as the sun set on the African horizon. The smell of the meat on the brai filled the air with expectancy and the chitter chatter of all the conversations going on around the apartment was intoxicating. Black and white, male and females, young and old … we were all there lapping up and enjoying this remarkable fellowship. Apart from Michael and Vanessa, I had never met any of these people in my life before and yet here we were, ...
... the boys and are all now happily exhausted and snuggled in bed. I can't ever say enough how amazing all these opportunities are, and I'm never quite sure why God has blessed us so much with these experiences friendships and opportunities, every new opportunity brings a new experience and with it, new relationships. This fellowship we are part of never ceases to amaze me as doors continually open and and I am shown more and more this amazing country and the brethren and sisters that live ...
... peering out at the mountains were quelled and replaced instead by views of Réunion's main commercial dockyard, a slightly less engaging sight, at least the very tips of the peaks stuck out just above the warehouses. The only thing for it was to get out there and explore. A short walk from the dock was a dark sandy beach that stretched for miles along the coast. From the top of the hill behind the black and grey sands, from a dusty track lined with disused and abandoned canons, I ...
... d tell our gym teacher that dancers weren't allowed to run because it uses different muscle groups than we should use. We also would attempt to skip (literally hop & skip) and twirl just to avoid the pain of running. haha
Well, things have changed since I came to South Africa. My friend and now host sister, Lauren, introduced me to the wonderful world of running in this country. Running is absolutely huge here. There are multiple running ...
... Traffic lights are called “robots” and if there are stop signs, it’s called a “Stop Street.”
Okay, so those are just some GENERAL observances. I will write soon to then explain some common sayings here as well as the political and health issues. It is quite crazy how different the government operates here. This country is so beautiful, but there are so many corruptions that need to be fixed. More on that soon though!