6 hours sleep, went for a walk around the grounds early, you notice the surrounding 200-300 metre cliffs and mountains.
Chicken liver for breakfast, then of to WV headquarters hours of singing and formal greetings and they did a whole overview summary of the trip, they handed out schedules for the day which we were already well into.
Shopping in Lesotho was awesome we got food hampers and random junk + some of the native blankets which were pretty dope.
Then we visited 2 sponsor kids which was awesome the kids loved the balloons and cameras. Horse riding on Toby the diseased horse. Standing in the back of the ute felt like a real safari, convoying in 3 4 wheel drives.
Late dinner and everyone was delirious from sleep deprivation.
Funeral services consist of a church service then a walk with anyone who wishes to participate down public roads to the burial site while wailing, singing and waving banners.