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Tag Archives: South Africa
Years ago my brother met me in Cape Town for a visit to South Africa we’ll never forget. We zoomed all around Cape Town and the Western Cape enjoying beautiful scenery, amazing people, yummy food and incredibly lovely wine. One … Continue reading
THE SNAPSHOT: Going with the flow @ Two Oceans Aquarium in Capetown, South Africa …& WHATNOT “The opposite for courage is not cowardice, it is conformity. Even a dead fish can go with the flow.” (Jim Hightower) … or maybe … Continue reading
THE SNAPSHOT(s) (From Hermanus, South Africa) Oh, joy begin… …again… …again & again & again… Oh, joy begin. … & WHATNOT Last nite Stephen Colbert hosted DAVE MATTHEWS on his show. I have been a Dave Matthews groupie for quite … Continue reading
Altho some of us are reeling a bit amidst our wildly wacky world, give this YouTube video a watch & be inspired by the message (& music) of Ladysmith Black Mambazo with Jennifer Saran & Carlos Santana. “If you think … Continue reading
Today while sifting through old emails (trying to find something for my Papa’s 4 Secrets blog – he sent loads of wisdom to his globetrotting daughter!) i found one that i sent to him eons ago recapping a message that … Continue reading
While working in Tanzania, we were blessed to have lots of support from the South African High Commission (the High Commissioner, Theresa Mary Solomon) & the South African Business Forum. It was inspiring to see black & white South Africans … Continue reading
Celebrating 45 years of making music, LBM continues to brighten up the globe with songs of peace, faith and perseverance fused with their native South African Zulu sounds. You may remember Ladysmith Black Mambazo from Paul Simon’s Graceland (an outstanding … Continue reading