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... to the countries of Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe. We are developing local leadership, but we really need an experienced pastor and wife to be closer. It is a LONG way from here to visit Africa and very demanding. These are some of the thoughts that I am considering in my daily prayers and asking God to provide the right person for this challenge. It would have to be a person with the right temperament and sensitivity to various African cultures.
I had ...
... for camera and video camera ear plugs/blindfold kilimanjaro map/book Binocs Travel towel
6. how much to budget
A total budget will include
Flight R7000 ($875)
Climb R15000 ($1875)
Tip $170 to $190, we paid $220
Equipment £600 ($950)
Odds and ends
Total for me app $4000
The flight was with Air Kenya from Johannesburg, SA to Kilimanjaro, Tanzania via Nairobi, Kenya. The Nairobi to ...
Fingers crossed I do get to see one or two or three before I leave on fri :-)
Safari Day 3:
So today was a little sleep in day. After breakfast we were off to see Blythe Canyon, I wasnt too keen to go from the beginning as I came here to see the animals not a canyon but off I went....
As we left the lodge a Giraffe family crossed the road, the baby one was sooooo cute.. I love that despite them looking ...
... to South Africa is long, especially when the trip is made by way of Saudi Arabia. But hey, for $310, I would endure a layover at the moon. I slept for a majority of the flight so I was weary and confused when I deboarded the plane without any paperwork for international arrival. I look everywhere for tables encircled with all the novice or sleeping travelers who didn’t take care of their paperwork prior to landing. None to be found. I follow the crowds to the lengthy, ...
... with one single place. Why is this such a problem, a scary problem, for governments?
John said, "The world is one village. Suffering is suffering. It's the same everywhere. We all have one language with different dialects."
Nadine was a peach. A frail, old woman who refuses help to her chair. She spoke a lot about what theater does for people and activism. It rouses people to think about who we are. It's more natural and more accessible than ...