The Beautiful South
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... of the track and was observed by Laine making its way further into the bush. Maree and Laine continued in their roles as potential adder fodder, leading the group, some without the requisite foot gear. The wildlife identification occurred courtesy of the scientific officers in a nearby building who provided us with a detailed scientific briefing!
... streets it was getting a bit embarrassing, especially as the others, including the old boy who was now snoring in my ear, still had to get to Cape Town, so Jackie volunteered that we would get out and walk the rest of the way! Oh will we now, but despite Colleen's half hearted attempts to insist she drop us off at the door, we paid up and got out. Luckily it was just a short walk back to our B&B arriving at just after 5.00pm. The sun was out, so Betty's husband ...
... the drive in my sleep, and every time I see the "Departures" sign above my driving lane I get a surge of excitement and adrenaline. If I am departing in a foreign country the "Departures" sign is definitely more a deep sigh of relief that yet again, my taxi driver did indeed deliver me to where he said he would at 5am rather than turning off down a dark alley to mug me. Always a tense ride ensuring he is following the "Airport this way" signs!! As I hop out of the car at the ...
... so nice! They taught me a few words in their language and a few games. We didn't get much time with them, but it was worth it :) Before leaving, we all gathered and the students sang a few songs for us (they were real good). Then we started singing "We are marching in the light of God" and they joined in right away and took over. It was very powerful and a great experience. We visited a woman's house who had experienced a lot of hardships. She was so proud ...
... t much we could do besides pray with her, so we did. She did mention that she did not feel safe either because her door had no lock on it. Tomorrow morning I plan on going to a hardware store for a lock so I can install it. She really just needs something positive in her life right now, and I think it will help. After that emotional roller coaster we went to the house of Obrecia. She is 30 years old and on her death bed with AIDS. She lives with her aunt ...