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... By 10:15 everyone was on the travel bus and well on our way.
When we first got there we got suited up before having a safety debriefing. We were asked to do our first dive within the reef for them to assess our ability before venturing into deeper water. During the dives the guides were continually looking for things to point out to us and we saw Reef sharks, giant turtles, lots of eels, barracuda and many many fish. ...
... I hope one day he has the willpower to stay at Grandsons.
I spent a while talking to Sister while Father Johan taught the boys. It was lovely to have a final chat with her - she said that I have assisted them so much and have been sent from god as a gift! She calls me 'my daughter' and could not have been more complimentary. I made a better impression than I thought I had!
I then went out with Father Johan and Renson to ...
... know what I made of it! It is made of maize flour and water and rolled into a very dense dumpling. It was definitely very filling!
I got an early night and woke up early for a walk on the beach before breakfast. There was lots of people jogging and exercising on the beach....not me...I just took photos!
I headed back to town to update my blog, had some lunch (more fish), and had a wander.
Tonight the packing ...
... everywhere. It's quite intimidating and sad. There is a pang of guilt that we will be staying somewhere so nice when the surrounding area is so poor. The guilt lasts for about 20 seconds before the sweat on my legs which makes my jeans feel vile reminds me how nice it will be to dunk in the pool with a coke with a cocktail umbrella will be.
We are driving down country lanes and every time a driver is coming the other way our man puts on full beam. He is a little scary. He is a ...
For the last five days we have been fully engaged in constructing the greenhouse and chicken coop at the Machao Orphanage, working from 10am til 5pm each day, digging holes, mixing concrete, hanging plastic on the greenhouse, building and using a ladder, laying brick, mixing mortar, hauling water by hand up the hill from the well to the work site and using old hand tools for everything. Hard labor, hot sun, sweet satisfaction as we see things come together. Each day around ...