Livingstone

9 August 2019

With strong hands one of the village boys hooked the exhaust rubbers back to the bodywork of Griet’s Rav4.
After unpacking the sewing equipment, we enjoyed a short visit with Dorothy. The nsjima was wonderful with sugar and milk and Dorothy had especially slaughtered a chicken and had fried it crisply and jokingly said “You eat the chicken otherwise you pay for it!”
We returned to Livingstone to pick up the team from Canada.
Faulty Towers is a haven for travellers. From the outside it looks like another old building, but behind its double entrance gates hides a tropical oasis. Huge mango trees reach upwards for about 9 meters. After two and a half days driving, a shower and coffee under the shade trees next to the pool was most welcome. Wi-fi enabled us to connect to the team flying in from Canada only to find out that their one flight had been cancelled and they had been delayed for a day.

Corrie van Aardt
Share Your Knowledge
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Isaiah 9:2 “The people walking in darkness have seen a great light ; on those living in the land of the shadow of death a light has dawned.”

Rom 10 : 14 “and how can they believe in the One of whom they have not heard? ”

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