Intercultural Exchange with Big 5 flavour Susquehanna University day 3

Intercultural Exchange with Big 5 flavour Susquehanna University day 3

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Morning 3, the young men took the cattle out to the dip, and the young ladies contributed to the daily chores, before breakfast, this is intercultural exchange with big 5 flavour, at its best, even if they were working with cattle.

The majority of the group attended morning service at the local Anglican Church, and Cedric regrets not going them, they all reported a wonderful experience, the congregation loved their participation. 

Lunch was enjoyed in Benjamin and Thembi’s garden, and as the guests departed, the families, first the men, then the woman, and children, followed to enjoy the lunch.

Lunch served in Benjamin and Thembi's garden.
Lunch served in Benjamin and Thembi’s garden.
Intercultural Exchange with Big 5 flavour, served Sheep Head, pumpkin and sweet potato.
Intercultural Exchange with Big 5 flavour, served Sheep Head, pumpkin and sweet potato.

Following the lunch the group join the community for an afternoon of traditional dancing.

This year, the community, combined men, woman, and children, danced as a unit:

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Intercultural Exchange with the Big 5 flavour;

As we are hosted to another communal supper, a braai by Cyprian Nguni’s Clan, Cedric asks himself whether he has failed to achieve the Intercultural Exchange that he wished to achieve?

A question for one of the group to answer?

Communal Supper with the Nguni Clan.
Communal Supper with the Nguni Clan.
Communal Supper with the Nguni Clan.
Communal Supper with the Nguni Clan.

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Cedric

Day, 4, coming soon;