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Winter is officially almost over

Winter is officially almost over

After our incredible tour to England in July, we suffered the disappointment of finding our pre-paid for seats taken on the Virgin flight. With the flight absolutely full, there was no option but to accept other seats. Virgin have since promised us a refund. It has...
July surprises

July surprises

With much of South Africa still gripped by crippling drought, a friend sent me photos of large trout at Graaf Reinet desperately swimming up irrigation canals, their reservoirs dry. Our trip to Thanda Game Reserve confirming their trucking in ALL water, for lodges,...
Winter solstice thoughts

Winter solstice thoughts

The day after the winter solstice found us in Cape Town, enjoying very short days, and speaking at The One&Only Hotel, as part of their Guest Speaker series. My medley of South African history, with special reference to the Zulu history, was well received,...
On the road again

On the road again

Who would ever have imagined that such massive damage would result from fires raging in and around Knysna? For many, a dream holiday destination, or place to retire to, as many have, and have lost everything. Our hearts bleed for the greater Knysna community, and all...
Up in the sky by helicopter

Up in the sky by helicopter

My last blog began with mention of Molefe, who still dominates local headlines, along with another terror attack in England. The world sadly is a very angry place. This was highlighted at a recent talk at Midlands Forum, by a lovely female doctor who spent time in...
May happenings

May happenings

With Molefe and Manchester dominating the headlines, sadly for all the wrong reasons, and Trump calling the bombers ” losers”, we continue to find so much to be grateful for every day. My work requires that I have a current First Aid certificate, so I...