Hi Han, just checking in to say hello. Hope you are all ok. Cant believe you'll be home soon. Tash says Hi to. xx
Hannah, we are very proud of what you are doing out there in South Africa. We love and miss you very much. Thinking of you always, Nanny Ann & Grandad Ron
Have loved reading these latest blogs Hannah and it was great catching up the other day when you phoned. You can make me a coconut pancake when you come out to see us in France. Much love from the Wilke's.
The pictures are fabulous and the places you have visited look beautiful and peaceful. Your secondary project will be very rewarding and looks to have been a resounding success with the preschoolers. Keep up the good work and your enthusiasm!
Hannah - sounds like you are having a fantastic time and doing something really worthwhile - bet you wish you had always been nice to your teachers !
Hi Han, hope all going well, just read your last entry. Sounds very fulfilling. Great to feel you are making a difference. Can't believe you've been away more than 6 months already!! X x
Like your "FAB" blog. Sounds like you are having fun, and making a difference to the lives out there. Look forward to the picture of the dancing.
The photos of Kruger are fabulous.......you all looked as if you'd had the time of your lives!! Fantastic!
Can't wait to see your photos of Kruger. I hope that you've got all of the big 5!!
Fresh chicken one night and the choice of steak another! You are certainly getting a taste of SA and the way they live.
Fresh meat indeed. Look up Mike the Headless Chicken, its a c*** a doodle doo story.
We know how you feel. My Grandad was a chicken slayer and my Uncle Harry could never kill his chicks so always sent for my Grandad to do it. He used to wring their necks by holding them under his arm. Grandad John's Dad used to keep chicks too and used to cut their throats. Then Grandad would wash away the blood. You are right though, every part of the chicken was used and of course it was fresh. This was not an uncommon occurrence in the Midalnds after the War. Glad to hear you are having lots of experiences. LOL
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