Protea Hotel by Marriott Harrismith Montrose

Address: N 3 Swinburne, Harrismith, Free State, 9880, South Africa | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn is located on N 3 Swinburne, Harrismith.
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          Travel Blogs from Harrismith

          Last week of the holidays

          A travel blog entry by bridie.sheehan on Jul 13, 2015

          ... They made us come up one by one and collect our gifts and cards and say a speech. I managed to say my speech without crying but I cried as soon as I sat down because I knew I only had a week left. I got hugs from the house mums sat next to me. Then Sofi had to say her speech and she cried all the way through it. Then we got the kids bathed and showered and went and had tea. Then afterwards we went to worship again. It was just as good as the night before except we had communion. ...

          The last 2 weeks.

          A travel blog entry by bridie.sheehan on Jun 28, 2015


          ... the small crèche. I took pictures of the new sand pit for Julia. Then I helped Nora with her sports club at Celimfundo. I took pictures of her with the kids. After this we went to Winterton primary school and I helped Nora with her Sunday school class. It was interesting. She is very good with the kids. Then we bought a cake and took it to the place of safety as it was sibongas birthday. She enjoyed it. We sang ...

          House Mum

          A travel blog entry by bridie.sheehan on Apr 03, 2015


          ... ready for school in the morning and giving them breakfast but if they are not at school then just give them breakfast.

          The food that they have at the place of safety is lush. One night I had Phutu beans and veg. Phutu is maize. Next night I had rice, chicken, butternut squash and potato salad, then chicken curry with rice, then phutu with sort of bolognaise ( can't remember the name of it.)

          After the kids have eaten and cleared ...

          Another week.

          A travel blog entry by bridie.sheehan on Feb 28, 2015


          ... to help us on Wednesday as Aspen was leaving and then on Thursday Aspen brought juice and sweets as it was his last time doing it before leaving to go back to Norway. Some of the regular children had written letters for him. Some in Zulu and some in English. It was so sweet. They were all so excited to give them to him. Aspen was a little upset to be leaving them.

          On Wednesday night we had a gathering for Aspen and his family. There were loads of people ...


          A travel blog entry by ouryearinafrica on Sep 26, 2013

          4 comments, 29 photos

          ... result in an out pouring if love and appreciation. And as I hear many time hear, you get more then you give.
          We arrived at bible school on Tuesday night and it is now Thursday night and to say i am exhausted is an understatement, to say I appreciate all the hard work of the women and men throughout my life who have made it possible for me to simply rock up and have a relaxing and enjoyable time at bible schools over the years is an even bigger understatement! Because ...