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Take a tour with the Red Top Bus in Cape Town!
I took a short break with my daughter this past weekend, and booked us, using my Flexi Club timeshare point, into The Riviera Suites in Sea Point, Cape Town. After a very wet week, the rain dissipated and Cape Town … Continue reading
Posted in Africa, Cape Town, Love and Life, Nature, South Africa Tagged Africa, Afrikaans, Agriculture and Forestry, Arts, Atlantic Ocean, Business, Camps Bay, Cape Town, Constantia, Harveys, Hout Bay, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, Llandudno, Mariner's Wharf, paragliders, Red Top Bus Tour, Riviera Suites, Sea Point, Table Mountain, Twelve Apostles, Winchester Mansions Leave a comment
Pure Afrikaans Poem
Apologies to my English speaking readers, but this is impossible to translate, and for the huge chunk of Afrikaans followers of my blog, I’d love to share this classic “farce” my uncle wrote many moons ago. I am sure one … Continue reading
Posted in Love and Life Tagged Afrikaans, Beeld, Google Translate, Oscar Pistorius, Premeditated murder, Reverend, South Africa, Valentine's Day Leave a comment
A Spitting Cobra for a sleeping pal
We have moved again – this time, I hope it lasts longer than our experiences this past year!! The farm is beautiful, the house so big we get lost in it, the vistas breathtaking. My soul seeming to find peace, … Continue reading
Posted in Africa, Nature, South Africa Tagged Africa, Afrikaans, Cobra, Pap, Shopping, Snake, South Africa 2 Comments
Music and Dancing – our life-savers over the past year
Whilst living in Tanzania, we were delighted to find that Multichoice DSTV, was very much alive and kicking, and probably more easy to navigate in Dar es Salaam, than some places in South Africa. We subscribed with little effort, and … Continue reading