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- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
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... youths. Questions were called and came in a flurry. The ambiance of this place may have been unflattering, but the heart and soul of these young people was warm and compelling. They had a genuine interest in the word and things of God.
Thoughtful questions were asked and answered and an excited buzz went around the hall when we announced, with the Matrons approving nod, that we would be back again soon …… soon and very soon.
As Barry and I left, ...
... told of changed lives and the hope for better days in the harsh townships of Durban, while others related their stories of greater love and patience in their lives.
For the students the day was a significant day in their lives. Many told how they had never passed or finished school and how this certificate was their first successful achievement. Congratulations Graduates on your outstanding achievements and your new found knowledge of the word of God.
2nd day in Durban-----We took a look at our travel book to see how we could spend our last day in Durban. We came up with three ideas, Shark Centre, The Bird Centre, and the Botanical Garden. If we plan our day right we can go to all three places in one day. Let' do it!
Shark Centre---It was a little hard to find even though we had a GPS. When we first arrived they showed us a video on ...
... finally hopped into bed after 24 hours in transit…it felt soo good!! :)
After a decent night sleep we were up at 6am, showered and dressed, a cup of tea and banana bread in hand we piled into the car with 4 cute boys, Crissie and James who drove the precious cargo an hour away to where Glen and a few others from Westville Ecclesia were running in the Mandela half marathon. The boys did ...
... she might try making it for her kids lunch. From the time the cooking ladies had arrived one little girl from our Sunday school class (about 4 years old) had been waiting patiently at the door. (This same little girl had been joined to me most of Saturday and when I say joined I mean her arm is around my thigh or clinging to my t-shirt at all times.) today had been no different, only when we said bye we didn't realise she had just patiently ...