UMhlanga Sands Resort
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... and the meeting was run almost identical to Riverwood. I have enjoyed visiting other meetings all run differently and all different standards, but for me, I liked the standard of Pinetown, I liked that that's where I felt at home. We were told before the meeting started that there was a fraternal lunch, my eyes lit up, strangely enough, I love fraternal lunches, a little bit of everything mixed on your plate, it just works and we were staying! We had a yummy ...
... until I'm forced to face reality and actually pack my bags I'm going to continue on as if it's never coming to end, while of course making the most of every minute of every day. Embracing every ray of sunshine, every meal, every conversation, every smile and every hug. Every life changing moment and ever sight that this glorious country offers.
My favorite part is Moses. I'm so truly blessed that I get to take back the ultimate souvenir. My own little piece ...
... firm instruction which I did my best to obey every step of the way, and even when I doubted what was happening I did what I was told and the outcome was perfection.
Moses Afrika Wright was born at 4:09pm (which was 12:09am in Australia which means in Australia he was born on the 22nd June which is mums birthday so he was the perfect little birthday present for her) He weighed in at 3.2kg and 50cm long. It turned out once everything was over that upon seeing ...
Yesterday we flew to Durban on the west coast of S.A. We landed at 6:30 and then had to pickup our rental car to drive to our B and B at Shaka Rock, about 20km north. Was dark and got a little lost but eventually found it. Nice place with great views of ocean. This ...
... any further in. Laying on the beach, we got
sandblasted. We hung out for maybe an hour and some of us retreated back
to the room so they could get ready for the wedding while Denise, Kevin
and I went to the casino to get some curry in a bread bowl (called a
bunny, no idea why).
When the girls left, Mack and I were on our
own. As can be expected, we sat around for awhile trying to figure out
what to do. I realized I was supposed to go back to ...