Monateng Safari Lodge
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- Swimming pool
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... Africa who don't have a place in school making Joshua chance even lower. Back and forth to her office over the next few days and finally get a call last week to say he has a place in Robert Hicks Primary School which is down the road. Organise uniforms and stationary. Joshua started on Monday in Grade 7. I took him to class and within seconds he was sitting in his new seat and suddenly I was childless and had to walk away. Felt like first day ...
... fluctuation in my favour.
My guide book told me that there was a train that would take me all the way to the coast, but trying to find out how to buy tickets online proved to be a dead-end. I even asked travel agencies how to buy tickets and they didn’t even know the trains existed. This was not a good start.
Refusing to retreat in the face of adversity I had to find my way to the central station and buy the ticket ...
... so went for a late lunch at a trendy mall near where Gert works. There was a stunning arrangement of King Proteas and some interesting statues (donkeys) that the children are able to play in – one has water fountains around it and the kids apparently love to frolic in it the summer.
That evening I joined Gert and Irene and her niece and family for a barbeque before heading back to Linda’s for a chat and then ...
... www.therose.co.za/ . My room had a little aperitif crystal bottle of sherry. I am very happy that I no longer have to lose my mind in such a boring place as the hospital, and hope I can get back to Zambia by Saturday.
At the guest house, there are other PCVs with various injuries and diseases. One from Mali, two from Botswana, one from Malawi, and me. It's great talking with them about similarities and differences, and now ...
... class. I have never been called ma'am so many times as we walked through the halls. The observation went well and I was impressed by the teacher and the boys were pretty typical of boys. This high school however is very not typical of most S. A. secondary schools.
In the afternoon we were visited by Christina Amsterdam who is a professor at the University of Pretoria, school of education. She spoke to us about school financing post ...
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