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... style="line-height: 15.8599996566772px;">It was now time for morning tea at “Ray’s Café” in Howick. On the recommendation of Nikki we indulged in traditional Milk Tart and hot coffee. It was then back on the road with the next stop being the uShaka Marine World in Durban where we enjoyed a leisurely walk around the shops and attractions culminating in a lunch of ...
... fun. On the way back to the reserve for lunch we stumbled on some of the elephants. But they were quite hidden and quite far away, so hopefully I'll get a better sighting of them. Lunch was some wonderful steak burgers and chips then we played with the cubs for a little bit. This afternoon we went on a game count. So we basically drove round the reserve for 3 hours occasionally counting wilder beasts. On the way we saw Zulu again and then before we knew it ended up smack bang in ...
... failed attempts to download the next series and watching a bit more TV before heading to bed just as Rich appeared and having a chat with him before we all passed out.
The next day was finally the day of our second day trip; the Port Elizabeth Township tour and I woke up ill; this week just keeps getting better and better :( Luckily the tour didn’t consist of much other than sitting in a minivan listening to our guide talk about anything ...
... Masinyusane has also adopted Ben Sinuka. Ben Sinuka is a primary school right down the road that is also in very tough shape; however, after meeting with the motivated, determined, and supportive Principal, Masinyusane agreed to come into the school and help renovate.
Although they are just doing renovative work right now (painting the buildings, fixing up the bathrooms- which you can't walk in ...
The Community Read-A-Thon, today, was a huge success. The purpose of it was to help people take a moment to experience the joy of reading, or being read to, and it was amazing; not only did the primary school learners adore the high school readers, the high school learners really seemed to gain confidence from the experience. We were also able to donate two boxed of young children's literature that would not be fully appropriate in our ...