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... of where to start, which is the same place I was not that long ago. From the time I was in Durban, Yvette has taken me under wing and helped teach and empower me to find my feet, my love and my passion within our outreach work and now I am blessed to have things like brain gym and Happy's OT as my projects that I feel a deep connection too, so in an attempt to "pay it forward" I went with Tracey to a couple of her local places of interest and chatted to the ...
... a night at the Morgan bay hotel the weekend after. It's a fairly up market place, and we had a lovely room with a sea view. The beach there is phenomenal (possibly my favourite) and was near deserted when we were there. The hotel booking included dinner, which turned out to be a 7 course feast I should have worn my stretchy pants to. Each course was superb, topped off by jelly and custard to finish- delicious. The menus had a small section about the ...
... with a huge screen showing the highlights from 2001. There was no denying the tension, apprehension and overflowing excitement as kick off neared and chants of 'lions, lions, lions' rang around. We had good seats mainly among lions supporters. I had almost shouted myself hoarse as the ball went up and Genia knocked on, and when Corbisiero pirouetted over for his early try, pandemonium broke out. Every scrum was cheered with 'heeeaaavvveee' and each penalty celebrated like a match ...
This last weekend we took our first proper visit to the trans-kei/wild coast area. It's called the trans-kei as you have to cross the kei river the enter it. It's a former 'homeland' (areas created by the apartheid government for each indigenous tribe, this one for the Xhosa people), and was independent until 1994. This means it is very underdeveloped and agricultural, with most of the land still being technically owned by tribal kings. We set off in a bit of a rush after work on ...
... also chundered over the side! Niall and Laura were like two old salty sea dogs and did the fishing, providing a few butterfish for the braai that evening. I can honestly say it was among the worst times of my life. I've just dropped them off at the airport, sad to see them go, but glad we were able to show them a good time while they were here. Anyway, that is enough from me for now. There are a few more good stories from work which I will save for the next ...
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