eMakhosini Boutique Hotel
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... in no time at all we are walking through three neighbours properties, through their clothes lines, their yards and onto Lithle and Rosie’s little property with their very humble home ……
Their greeting to us is overwhelming ….. Lithle’s beaming smile said it all and Rosie’s shriek of delight upon seeing us was priceless. With hugs all round and beaming smiles and non-stop chatter all at once we all ...
... My little Moses who was dreamt of here, made here and born here and has been such a huge part of this whole process, I love that he has come to work with me every day while he was inside and now out. The children know him by name and the adults adore him. The claim him as their own and I love that, They feel they have a piece of me andI them. And maybe that's what it's all about. Africa gets in your heart, it gets in your blood. I've seen it happen to ...
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