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Category Archives: Personal
The sun exceeded itself today. The surge of the heat, coupled with the humidity, added a little extra rush to the promise of climatological violence that will be inflicted upon you if you should step outside in an unthinking moment. … Continue reading
Well, we got our letter out in the Weg magazine, and tonight we have a full house…! All Dinner, Bed and Breakfast clients. The sun is slowly melting into a palette of reds and yellows, patiently retiring over what will soon … Continue reading
Any good battlefield guide, especially in KZN, will know that guiding clients around any battlefield in the province is one of the most intellectually stimulating pastimes in the country. This small group of men and women are among the best in the world at what they do, and I believe my following opinion will explain why Continue reading
One of my favourite artists, Chris Rea, with his song, The Road to Hell. Enjoy.
One of the best songs ever recorded in Afrikaans. A little treat for my Afrikaans-speaking guests…
I had a nagging doubt that morning I set out to pick up those two clients from Nambiti on the 22 of January this year. Guess what…? It was the anniversary of the Battle of Isandlwana, and President Zuma and … Continue reading
This website is rapidly developing into a labour of drawn out love, if one can say such a thing. Michele’s site is sitting there, hovering in the dark like a crouching tiger, waiting for me to dare venture into its … Continue reading
We are up and running with the new site, albeit a little slow at this point in time, as we plow our way through plug-ins and widgets. Christmas is around the corner, and we are going to be fairly busy … Continue reading