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Bishop, South Africa

SOUTH AFRICA | Friday, 16 March 2012 | Views [148]

Next, I went to Bishop, in South Africa. South Africa is known for being the richest country in Africa. When I got there, I got to look at a lot of things before I had to take a rest. The things that I looked at were the fort that was there, and a few lakes and streams, the names of these were the fort was named Hare, one of the lakes was named Bishop Lake, and the stream's name is Bishop River. Both of the water related ones do not have very thought up names from the South Africans. After I woke up from a long night, I went to an animal reserve, where I saw many animals native to Africa like lions, giraffes, hippos, elephants, and rhinos. I didn't want to stay at Africa that long, so I decided that I would leave the next afternoon. Then, I went to a website with my phone, because you don't get very good reception any where else, so I didn't bring a laptop or anything like that. But when I got to the website that had South African poems, and there was one that was all about giving, and it was called The Story Bag. The Story Bag is all about a boy who gets told stories, but never shares them, so one day when the boy was going to get married, the stories got very angry with the young master, and they made a plan. The plan was to kill the young boy, and pay him back for his wrong doings, and the old servant overheard the conversation, and had to make sure the young master would not be killed, so he followed him and defended him. In the end, the boy survives, as does the old servant. It told you to give prople stories that you learned from other people.Little miss Runny Nose by hvhe1

 

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