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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...
April/May meandering

April/May meandering

Since the beginning of October 2016 and our lecture tour to the UK, Life has been very blessed and busy. Trips to Antarctica and Iguassu Falls saw 2017 off to the most auspicious start, as if any was required. The variety of opportunity thankfully coming our way...
Post cruise March madness

Post cruise March madness

Cry, the beloved country as our land lurches from one political crisis to the next. Guests on tour recently spoke of a possible “tax revolt”, yet SARS are bemoaning being R30 billion short in tax revenues – perhaps the revolt has already begun? One...
Iguassu and São Paulo, Brazil

Iguassu and São Paulo, Brazil

Karen and I went for dinner at the WISH golf resort in Brazil, and had a super meal. I noticed the waiter doing something on his cellphone, when we had finished our main meal. He arrived at our table showing me the phone. On the screen ” Would you like to try...
Iguazu Falls Brazil

Iguazu Falls Brazil

It was almost to be expected after the sensory overload yesterday, that sleep would be fitful last night. I got up early to go and enjoy the Falls again – hopefully alone, with no tourists. The park officially opens at 8am, which seems ridiculous given the heat...