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... assaults someone totally randomly. These are always investigated to the full and either the help of forensic evidence convictions are gained. Of course this also explains the statistics about the amount of cases where no prosecution occurs but that clouds the statistic enormously. Anyway this afternoon I went to the crews talent show!!! They are so talented!!! Our restaurant wine waitress Sharon took part and so did Emma, one of ...
... the volunteer programme has been awesome =) I LOVE giraffes, they're my fave! But I've also seen monkeys, cheetah, white & black rhino (it's very rare to see the black rhino so we were lucky!), an aardvark (also a rare sighting), baboons, buffalo and lots more! My highlights of the month arrre: - Camping for 2 nights, sleeping under the stars & learning about the stars ...
... I wanted to come to Africa, and generally travel was to work with big cats, especially cubs. So to be told they only had 2 cubs, both at the age of 6 months (barely cubs!) the downward spiral continued. He then informed us that there would be around 24 volunteers at the park whilst we were there, paying £1000 for this "experience". As soon as he got out at the airport to get the others, Laura and I started talking, or working out how the hell we were going to get ...
Yesterday I had the great pleasure of delivering dresses that a few wonderful ladies from New Ulm, Minnesota had, out of pure love, made.
It is a unique story, just one demonstration of how God works in mysterious ways. It goes something like this:
My Great Grandma in New Ulm, unaware that I would be home for Christmas at the time, had met a few women from her parish who were making dresses and shorts for children out of pillowcases. Their main obstacle: ...
LAST DAY. OH SWEET LORD.
Bri and Lily gave me a massive cuddle goodbye. I am so lucky to have met them. Although I was only with them for a short time they really affected me and made up part of my experience here in South Africa. I slept in a bit, showered, and went to Lungile Backpackers to ask them to get me a taxi - I didn't want to jump in a random car because I'm ...
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