UMhlanga Sands Resort
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... today in their own environment, they sang till their hearts content. James whipped out the exhort he gave at Margate 3 weeks ago on having a yielded heart, they seemed to really enjoy it as I watched them nod after every point he made and often would say 'Amen' too. The meeting was long, we sang about 8 songs and 8 prayers were said. I am so so glad we visited, it was a great experience and so nice to see Phinda and Vesta again. After the meeting we ...
... vegetables, fruit, flowers, dead animals, witch doctor herbs and body parts....YES that's right, body parts, which they use as medicine. They were in jars, but we couldn't tell if we saw any, I did see some very suss looking chopped up something's though!! The tour took a couple of hours, it was awesome to see and get a feel of the African culture! We all went on to lunch at a shipping container cafe and enjoyed a falafel burger and salt & pepper ...
... anymore we could have done? Nope. It was the perfect trip, and the last 12 days is somethings special that we will have to share for the rest of our lives. I have always wanted my friends or family to come here and see this amazing place and to have had both mum and Cath come here over the last couple of months and both fall in love with this place like I have is more then I could have asked. They will forever know why South Africa has my ...
... to run bible courses, cooking courses etc from. So yesterday, with the hall complete it was the official open day. But no open day happens without a lot of work and this week thats exactly what we did. As well as still running brain gym with Yvette 3 of the days, we helped at Clermont planting plants, sorting stones for the path, purchasing supplies for the open day and our necessary COPT meetings, we had to deal with the rain. I know ...
... into the department flanks by police and yellow shirted security guards. Sedated before you get to them they and sleeps off their confusions alongside the emaciated frames of HIV and TB patients who have defaulted their treatment.
Diabetic patients feature heavily. There is little more satisfying then watching someone come round from a hypoglycaemic coma with a shot of intravenous sugar.
By night the sheer ...