African Pride Pumba Private Game Reserve
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... whether we were feeling the effects of a storm in the distance. We were aware of this that evening when we were spectators of a spectacular display of lightening that lasted well over one hour and a half. It was as though there was a great light in the sky that was constantly flickering, or as one waiter described it as the 'Angels taking photographs'. At first there was just lightening but then we heard thunder and then we had rain, although the rain did not last ...
April fools day and yes there is a lot of leg pulling going on, not least up at the shuffle board courts. One chap got caught out a couple of times but it's a great laugh. I keep going there in the mornings because they are all such a great bunch of people. If someone doesn't turn up there's concern all round until someone knows where they are and if they are well etc. I am increasing feeling sorry for the person I get partnered with as ...
On my last Friday in South Africa, as I promised my dedicated 10th graders, I arranged for a special day together.
When first announcing the 10th Grade Program to the Lwandlekazi High School students, I mentioned that the students who attended my classes most often and put in a good effort would be rewarded! After a month into the classes and realizing that I had established a strong and dedicated group of 16 students, I did some planning. I ...
... back to a program that hadn't changed yet. They'd come, see it was the same old thing and for sure never try it again. The quote "If you build it, they will come" kept coming back to me. So that's where I put my energy. Trying to organize the program and make exciting changes so that if we did have to convince them to come back, they'd see it was different.
It was a busy few months trying to organized, plan socials, plan productive core meetings, and make a new plan ...
The weather was great this morning. Just in time for my last outing in PE. So Gillian and I got in the car and drove a whole 7 minutes to the Kragga Kamma Game Park. On the way there we were pulled over for a routine check by the police. Ah…just like home. Just before we were stopped I saw a strange sign. When we pulled over to talk to the police, I went to look at the sign. It said "Graceland – Kibbutz – Life ...