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... the cricket was threatening to be cancelled. As our friend Bernard was working on the tv coverage of the match we were kept up to date with possible cancellation news!
We ate at Moyo, a restaurant on the Durban beachfront. Food is good here with African specialities. We were advised not to sit by the window as it was very windy, a good choice as it turned out. Within a few minutes of us arriving at the restaurant the heavens opened and ...
After 7 months in Africa I have learnt many things, I have learnt a strong lesson on letting go and letting God, giving up the idea of what i hoped and thought would be, at the end of the day God knows best and you'll will end up where you need to be. I have leant that I over think way too much (not such a knew lesson learnt) but I HAVE learnt to simplify things, my life, my expectations and my beliefs, there is no need to complicate things, God makes is simple so why try ...
... the side of the beaches. which are generally small and all I am now realising, quite expensive! I have seen a few little things here and there that I have liked mainly a painting I have been wanting to get but have only seen it once and didn't get it at the time and have been looking for it ever since. (A Painting of 2 Zulu women carrying their pots of their heads and babies on their backs) The first one I saw I was told it ...
... in the past two weeks or so.
Today is Day 4 of the Durban International Film Festival. I am currently hanging out in the Filmmakers Lounge, surrounded by various meetings and interviews happening. A really lively place.
Given my strong interest in African cinema that has developed over the years, the opportunity to be surrounded and networking with the movers & shakers of African filmmaking (well, ...
... time of year! If you are not surrounded by people you love, just know that people are loving you from far away (like me!). If you are surrounded by people you love, make sure to enjoy and appreciate every moment with them. They are precious and they are what makes life worth living.
Huge hugs and kisses, so much love and gratitude, never-ending respect and support!
Happy Holidays from South Africa.