The image attached is of the Emhlabeni Dormitory, the building itself overlooks the school field from the front while providing access to its own gate and parking lot referred to as the “IB entrance” in the back. Emhlabeni is the largest dormitory on campus, containing various corridors on both the male and female wings. The unique architectural design allows it to require no form of electronic cooling in the summer, although each room comes with a built in heater due to the difficult weather conditions present during winter.
Emhlabeni resides near the foot of the mountain Kelly which is on school property; allowing one to physically experience the unusual sighting of a storm climbing over and along the mountain. The unpredictable weather does make it rather challenging for an individual to commute to and from the dormitory, but such an event is one that demands to be experienced at Waterford.
The inexhaustible variety of life present on campus, let alone the dormitory is truly overwhelming. Making each day an experience to look forward to. Stay tuned for more!
Until next week,