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Natal people and passes

Natal people and passes

Cape Town appeared impossibly green after recent good rains, and we loved being back in the Mother City. The following weekend special clients, Jaguar Land Rover in Durban, planned a weekend at Three Tree Hill Lodge. Along with the battlefield tours, nature walks and...
Sardine Fever on the South Coast

Sardine Fever on the South Coast

June has been a veritable smorgasbord for sports lovers. After the Comrades Marathon, where South African athletes excelled – the ladies winner attended Howick High School, international events once again became centre stage. Thrilling tennis in Halle and...
A goal without a plan is just a wish

A goal without a plan is just a wish

One reason I love Life in the Midlands, is enjoying four distinct seasons. Somewhat confusing however is the notion of mid-Winter Solstice on 21 June, yet the coldest weather generally comes thereafter? The first frosts have arrived and the country hereabouts assumes...
Are you watching?

Are you watching?

In my last blog, I wrote about Harry Wolhuter killing a lion with his sheath knife in the early days of the Kruger Park, attacked whilst executing patrol duties. In the last few weeks a caged lion attacked his keeper, and a giraffe killed a photographer. Timely...
The intrigue of Intuition

The intrigue of Intuition

I consider myself as a master storyteller, expanding my repertoire and offerings considerably over the past few years. Epics of human struggle and triumphs of the human spirit resonate very strongly for me, believing powerful lessons can be learnt from the experiences...
What does a legacy mean?

What does a legacy mean?

The past 10 days have been incredibly busy, and filled with mixed emotions. We spent 5 days in Cape Town, seeing family and I had two talks at Quentin’s at Oakhurst in Hout Bay. Visiting the Mother City at present reminds one unequivocally of the importance of...