Travel Blogs from Pietermaritzburg
... of ideas and schemes to sort us out. He helped us buy and fitted the new hose himself.
Happy I turned the key. She didn't start. With a jump start the final obstacle to our journey seemed over. With the motor idling we sat in the sun, happily lunching on fish and chips. Jo'burg afteral!
The car had other ideas. The tone of the engine changed, thick smoke from the exhaust and steam from the bonnet became ...
... As she was getting her key, she took a look at the list and said, "Is Kelsey Ham my roommate?!" And the guy handing out keys said yes, suddenly relief filled me!! I have loved getting to know and really can't wait to get to know her even better :)
Anyways, the first few days were a blurr of activity! We did so many fun things, that as we talked about them in the days later, we realized, sounded a little crazy. Walking with zebras, hiking to a waterfall to go swimming ...
... when political liberation was achieved. I was reminded of the instruction in Deuteronomy 20 verse 19: 'When you lay siege to a city for a long time, fighting against it to capture it, do not destroy its trees by putting an axe to them because you can eat their fruit. Do not cut them down.'"
"Nevertheless, being a Christian is a remarkable thing, because Archbishop Tutu (who he disagreed with on the issue of sanctions) and I still ...
... a BCom after spending his year in the UK and most of it at Cheam. In Shaun’s absence we were greeted by Busi, Shaun’s Auntie’s housekeeper, who was to be very kind to us throughout our stay.
The large house has high electric gate in keeping with the high security of South Africa. The house was beautiful with a lovely garden and swimming pool and an added bonus of wild monkeys swinging in the trees in the garden.
... It was a good Thanksgiving. I realized today that Thanksgiving isn't the food or the place you are at but the people that you share it with around you :)
One of the saddest goodbyes to see though had to be Taylor and Musa :( Musa is Philip's son and I feel like I have already said this before but seeing them cry was really sad :( Baba left too before most of us could say goodbye to Musa because he was too sad. Tomorrow will be a hard ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility