10 April, 2009

It is sad that we have to part.

Oh my gosh!!! In couple of hours from know we will be leaving Rhodes heading back home, how boring. I just don’t want to think of the journey because really I feel like going to the bathroom and throwing up, it makes me sick. The fact that I will not sleep but tossing and turning on that little bus seat for sixteen hours creating images in my head and making as if I am dreaming ,just doesn’t work for me. But well, it is worth it, the experience at Rhodes was lovely, and I just cannot express how I enjoyed every second at the Umlambo camp site all I can say is AWESOME.
Out of all the fun I had I have to complain, Moagisi we understand that you don’t want us to get home and say you starved us to death but my pants don’t fit anymore, you guys need to be sued even if you didn’t force the food down our thoughts, Kidding. I loved every single thing we did and I can’t wait to come back in June.
YOU GUYS ROCK!

13 comments:

Jane-09 said...

Nadi, I truly have to agree with your on the thought of the long way home... just the thougth of sixteen hours makes me hate travelling. but what can I say girl, that's the way we got here from the first place. We should rather get used to it since we coming back in June and I know for sure that you would'nt wish to change your mind simply because of the long drive....mmmm you see? it's worth it.

Jeff 09 said...

you will be be fine dear dont worry your heart.

Bongani-09 said...

I'm glad I'm not the only person who don't want to go home because it feels like I'm home. This is home away from home of course thanx to Mo and Sim C for making this whole thing successful.

Samu-09 said...

I definetly know what you mean it is quite a long journey to come here to Grahamstown. I am looking forward to going back home, even though it is quite draning travelling but I am looking forward to coming back in June, it is worth the long trip to come back.

SimCard said...

Why is everyone so sad about "parting"? Isn't there someone who's happy to return to "mom"'s cooking? To go back to life-long friends? To get out of cold, rainy and "strange" Grahamstown?
Com'n guys! There must be at least one who wants to bolt! Be my hero. Say you are dying to; and that you will keep in touch only because you've been asked to.

Chwayitisa 09 said...

Eish Sim, i have bin here for seven long weeks. Enough is enough, but even with that said, I'ma really miss every single person on this programme.

God bless you all and safe travelling mcwa....

Ongezwa-09 said...

Bongs, are you running away from something back home? coz even yesterday you said you are in no hurry to get home.

Masebe-09 said...

Meeting you Nadi was a wonderful thing to have happened and I wish you good luck in all your endeavours!

andile-09 said...

well u right about the food.and the pants not fitting.if it wasn't for the baby i would go on diet.

Future Journalists Programme said...

Haai Ongezwa, I also want to know. Bongs, should we make transfer arrangments for you?

Amanda-09 said...

Oh goodness this is really addictive and even more HARDER to kick the habit especially if you have friends that are joining you

Bongani-09 said...

Do you guyz remember what Amanda said about the level of understanding and respect in our school? The respect that we have for each other is great even though we just met 5 days ago.I don't know about transfers but I think its my responsiblity to take what I have learn here back to my school including respect.You are the best group of people I have ever work with in my life.

Anele-09 said...

Andile, Diets in winter are impossible!