AndBeyond Ngala Tented Camp
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... webs, these spiders spend seven years digging a hole in the ground, which they will live in for the rest of their lives - up to 35 years. The hole can go about a foot or.so into the.ground and expands into a.slightly larger dwelling underground. The holes are lined with a material they secrete (the name of which escapes me), and when they are home, they weave a little web closure over the hole. It is very interesting to.see and I'll post some pics of it when I can. To get ...
Hi Everyone! Thanks.for.all your.comments! I'm glad you're enjoying the blog. I'm having fun Shari g some of the experiences in having here. After our orientation last week, we started our volunteer duties this week. Some stuff is the.regular.day to.day stuff such as cooking and.cleaning, vehicle maintenance checks before each drive, predator and prey counts marking location and GPS.coordinates, and deserve work where we might clear.away thorny branches from roadside trees, ...
... come to South Africa is a blessing. I am motivated by the Grace of God to serve these people, and share the gospel with them. It's my first time in South Africa I am truly happy that God has lead me here, to share the love of God with these children. It's amazing how God works through us, so that we can share the Gospel, and make more followers of Jesus Christ. I never experienced anything like this before. What truly amazed me is that even though were from different ...
... reason: The wine tours. We hit up 4 wineries one with cheese and bread which we devour and buy copious amounts of. The first was the only family owned one in the region Simonsig and the second (with cheese) was fairview. The last two were much smaller wineries but both with beautiful scenery especially as the weather is bright sun.
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Cape Town is our first big stop in South Africa and our first city in awhile. We settle into ...
... two Germans and two English – it made for a nice change.
Our first stop on the Garden Route was Port Agulhas which is the most southern point in Africa where the Indian and Atlantic Oceans meet. The following day we drove south to Mossel Bay and stopped at an Ostrich Farm where we had a tour and were told all about the breeding programme. A couple of kids on our guided tour had a ride on an ostrich and then two of the guides had an ostrich ...