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... br> said goodbye.
a visit to the chief was in order, but we found out that he had just
left; and so we met his second wife. She was wearing a bright red
head dress with matching red scarf around her shoulders. Her face
was beaming as she invited us inside the round hut where she said she
had just started cooking. There was just one window, and in the
middle of the hut was a cooking pot on a wood stove. Inside, the
smoke filled the whole hut, and all of ...
... A first glance it's a balmy, tropical paradise, carpeted with sugar cane. However, look a little closer out of your window and you're surprised by what you see. We only had a short bus journey but the inequality was evident. We pulled in at our hotel and it was breathtaking. It is quintessentially African, if there is such a thing, and decorated in earthen colours, wood ...
... and is easily explored on foot. It is centered around the imposing City Hall and spreads over a few blocks straddling Smith Street and West Street and is an eclectic mix of colonial buildings and modern development. It is also the commercial district where many businesses, malls and restaurants are located and it has the bustle and vibrancy that you expect in a large city. We were particularly struck by the number of hair salons and hair dressers on ...
... were stolen - they just took the whole stand - she was quite pleased however to get a very fancy brand new door courtesy of the insurance company!! That said, it is absolutely fabulous to see my dear friend again and we have not stopped, taking every moment to catch up with each other. They have a lovely home in Westville - very spacious and with a lovely outdoor area.
Jill and I left early to go and ...
... view of the course i have raced - with and without
Colin i have been on about eight of the yachts, not that the fleet is large. Only three of the yachts have similar enough construction and handy cap to truly compete.
The Wed twilight sails are good training for interesting weather - the first 7 races of the season were all conducted in storms, one evening the wind did a complete turn around during the course of the race. Its one way to instill situational awareness!