Sjoe, a few months ago, I had a great opportunity to be in Cape Town, one of the great cities in Sausi South Africa. Ever since I started traveling on work-related issues, this was one of my most relaxing especially that it came in at a time when I surely needed a rest from work. In not some many days before the trip, I had actually spent a few days and nights putting some manners into a certain system which wasn’t behaving itself. Also luckily after one day of our arrival, Sausi had a public holiday which gave us ample time to relax and also visit several places in Cape Town.

I would like to thank God, The Almighty, for enabling me get the visa in record time and for the safe while there. Of course, this trip wouldn’t have been that incredible without our hosts, Reagola. These guys made our trip so comfortable, interesting and adventurous Have a great look at what God has blessed Cape Town with. Whenever I travel throughout the world, I see God’s invisible qualities — his eternal power and divine nature as described in Romans 1:20.

Romans 1:20 – For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse

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  • Cape Town is indeed one of the Lord’s great creations. Many may be surprised to note that more foreign tourists arrived in South Africa for the FIFA world cup 2010 frm Africa than from elsewhere. Africa has become an important and growing source of tourism for Cape Town.

  • You man you have enjoyed life. We have a small ngo and would like a simple website, can you set up a simple one not to that extent of your and at how much?

    Thank you

    Ssempa

    • @Ssempa, thanks for your comment and visit to my website. Through God’s Grace and Mercy, I have been blessed in my life and I cant hide that joy. Thanks to God and Jesus Christ who enables me in all I do.

      I have contacted you by email about your NGO website and hope we will be able to work out something. Hope to hear from you soon.

      Thanks,
      Matrich