The King Edward Hotel
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... seeing something new and interesting almost every day
Lloyd - Learning about how the historic political/economic factors affect everyday living. And the food.
Favourite countries in order
1. Vietnam/ Philippines/ Fiji
2. Laos/ Japan
3. Thailand/ Singapore/ Hong Kong/ New Zealand/ Sydney
We were both in agreement about the above countries and only differed on our views of Malaysia and ...
... with the boom box set to max and a Braai cooking up a Boerewors. The bike course was something special and our words cannot describe the beauty of the landscape, the scenery on the coastal sections would make you forget about the ridicules head wind you were pushing through. The up hills sections were achievable being consistent long slogs followed by a white knuckle descent that had you holding on for dear life. The wind was the most significant factor on the ...
... safely. In Africa...a machete, no gloves and a 'get on with attitude'. Absolutely brilliant. The rangers pulled out the intestines...we had sausages for breakfast - shockingly they didn't look that appealing.
After breakfast, we were put to work cutting down trees (using the same machete that we had just cut up the cow with I might add). Proper man's day - cutting up a cow, cutting down trees...if my Dad could see ...
... would be able to get home in time. It just made more sense to have it on a Sunday afternoon then in the morning.
Sure enough, it all has been going so much more smoothly this year. We have had so many teens come back and so many new teens join us. It is such a pleasure to see them enjoying themselves and building relationships with one-another and their youth leaders.
Life Teen has really became a supportive community not only for ...
... and ate ourselves sick. Food is just so cheap here, it's impossible to overspend. Bear impressed us all (as if he would ever let us down?) with his giant ribs and king prawns, as well as demolishing most of our nachos starter. The idea was that we wouldn't have to eat for the rest of the day.
We walked along the beach feeling a bit ill, but it was necessary because we needed our Springbok clothing so we could scream our support in confidence. I bought a child's ...