Lombardy Boutique Hotel & Conference Centre
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... them on this trip, but maybe sometime.
After some talking we settled in for rest at the Avalon Guest House where I stayed a year ago last January. I really wanted to bring Bev here because there is a peace here that I cannot explain. All is going well so far.
My thoughts are on the meaning of this Passover season and the hardships that so many are going through with illness and death. ...
... just looking to walking out spending ALL my money. What happens is you are asked to look in a little shop, of course there is lovely African art, a bit of bargaining, .. A carving was R300, too much, I only have R200, ok another carving is R150, ok I will take that. Oh I don't have change to give you R50 back but you can take the other carving, don't want it and then feel bad .. As now they are thanking me for supporting them and how ...
... children now, the other two being the delightful Tahlia who will be 5 years old on Feb 6 (my wife's birthday) and Daniel...who is ALL boy.
We had a bbq dinner outside. Present also were Neil and Isella Wallis (parents to Monique Webster), and the Wallis' other daughter Monette (recently married) and Leoni. Also present was Marit, Isella's mother. Many people know her in the US as she was an ABC student several years ago.
I gave greetings from ...
Usually guests would have arranged visits but when phones are not accessible visits are unannounced so it is a surprise. Guests have to be very honorable, polite, etiquette, and sharing. Refreshments are served during visits, and when refreshments are refused in certain households it is considered rude. Some households it is polite to have second helpings of food. Dinner guests are not expected to bring a gift. When guests leave home they are lead to gate, door, ...
The next couple of days were uneventful.
Just lazing around this lovely place, and I went birdwatching with Roger, a tired English gentleman who had fled England under the Thatcher regime and landed up here. He's a primary school teacher but his real passion is birds.
We trudged along the bridge and road, the sun still hot at 4.30 pm and he spotted some amazing birds, their full beauty only visible through his binoculars, I ...