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... of a normal sermon. Of my 14 sermons beginning with Trumpets, this was the only air conditioned service I gave. (South Africa may have been on trumpets, but it was cool that day so it wasn't needed.)
Anyway, it was very nice to have a cool service. Thank God for mother's day and a double booking. It would have been nice had it been the next day when we had double services.
That afternoon the hotel also gave us the section of ...
Though I enjoyed the festival, I never felt comfortable at the cottage. If there's one thing traveling has taught me, it's how to squirrel myself out of a bad situation. I decided to make my way to cape maclear, which is a backpacking Mecca by the shores of lake malawi roughly 130km away from the cottage. I got a lift to the junction right outside the festival, where i stuck my thumb out for a minibus. To my surprise, a nice SUV pulled up. The driver introduced himself as G ...
Awake at 4.38 in desperate need if a toilet I arose to spot 4 other trunks betwee me and where I thought the toilet block was. The loud sound of the lake kept me and everyone else awake so breKfast was on time got a change. A 7am leave meant we left after half 7. Our first view stop overlooking the lake wa disappointing due to the sun but a couple of kids came to say 'Jambo' within 10 minutes there were around 15 ...
... a beach bungalow for Jess and I. This led to the first major bust up with Martyn, I just think he is being completely unreasonable, I shared with him last night, I'm not leaving Jess to share with him. He is so hard to communicate with because he is so indecisive and negative. I would admit if I was in the wrong but I honestly don't think I am. Had a good night in the bar, we got plenty of shots going on early and it went smoothly from there. For the first time had ...
... of character
for Africa. Bizarre! The 2 nights we spent there were spent with
Nomalha, she would pick us up and take us to some bars and
restaurants. The funny thing about Nomalha was we were told by my
friend that she was a Malawian princess!!! Our imaginations were
running wild, trying to think what she would be like...In fact she
wasn't a Malawian princess, instead a lovely, bubbly 'normal'
individual who had never travelled by ...