The Saffron House
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"'Twas the night before Traveling, when all thro' the house Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse; The bags they were packed by the front door with care, In hopes that their Emirates flight soon would be there; The children were nestled all snug in their beds, While visions of Disney and Snowmen danc'd in their heads" ~ adaptation of the original poem by Clement Clarke Moore ~ ...
... a delicacy in Zulu culture and
for years females were not permitted to eat it. The head is removed from the
cattle and sent to market where women hack at the skull to get certain cuts of
meat. The slices of head are then cooked in broth until they are tender and
then served with dumplings (steamed bread). I had the chance to try some and
its quite tasty, although you need to put your western conceptions of food
cleanliness at the door.
... him again. His gear, bike and smile were all unchanged from West Africa all those months ago. His bags stained brown with dust made me shudder at a recollection of the stay of our clothes most days. He came and did a tour of Stanger Hospital, he wore a white coat and I waved him off on his wobby bike up the hill.
We had a big BBQ on Thursday by the pool, the paraffin lamps were out. There were many new faces new starters for November at the Hospital. ...
... I mentioned to Jan and Bill that I thought coming here in the summer would be better so that it wasn't so cold swimming but they said the rest of the trip is horrible - hot, stinky truck, can't cool down and in many places later the water looks clear but has bacteria, etc so you shouldn't go in the water anyway.
We had a 'springbok' shot which is peppermint and amerula? Anyway they were nice but I just had the one. It was a nice parting from Jan and Bill.
... the half way line it then rebounded 40 odd yards back
over the keeper who watch it from miles away but obviously didn't know what to do as it sailed over his head!!! Brilliant goal! It was 2-2.
The rest of the game was okay with a few chances for either side but then on 90 minutes people were leaving and Amazulu scored sending everyone into a frenzy. Top match.
The attendance was 10,000 by the way! I counted around 20 away fans ...