Three Cities Royal Palm
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feeling overwhelmed in South Africa
Tuesday 28 July 2015
This has been another week in my life in South Africa. It’s really starting to feel like South Africa is home and this is normal, rather than Australia being my home. That’s all a bit scary as I have been feeling quite overwhelmed in different ways with just about everything since returning home to South Africa from Australia six weeks ago.
In Australia I have ...
... that does not get class photos they were soooo excited and grateful! I just have the drama of trying to find time to print them out and leave them with Yvette before I leave. Knowing it my last time at Enthukulweni (brain gym school) I took a bunch of photos and made sure I let Kwanele have an extra long hold of Moses. (Kwanele has become quite the babysitter, she is a young girl form Grade 3 who somewhere along the line decided to make a bond with me. I feel bad that I don't ...
... Durban looked a bit like Benidorm..........
We drove up the coast to Umhlanga which seemed a bit nicer and was closer to our b&b. We walked along the beach and nipped in to a small nature park at the end of the resort for a look around. It was all quite lovely till the storm came in and we were drenched! We made our way into town and sat damp and shivering ...
... say I trust God to get me through this, is it a contradiction if I also say I’m stressed or can i feel both? Im not sure. I feel like all has gone sooo well so far that OF COURSE this will end up fine, why would God let me be in this situation and then not take care of us both?? So it’ll be fine. Thats what I focus on, thats how I talk, think and act and get through my day, on focused on whats to come. Its probably secretly (even ...
... of the Indian community and is a mix of Indian and African stalls and shops. Durban has the biggest Indian community outside of India. Maybe because it was winter the market wasn’t really that amazing. There were a number of ‘same, same but different’ craft shops and some hardware stores but that was pretty much it. Luckily our main reason for heading that way wasn’t for shopping (although it was useful to see what sorts of things ...