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... br> “Home” is made up of two important components. The first and most important is irreplaceable …. it's “Family” !!! My children and grandchildren are everything to me. I wouldn’t be here in South Africa without their unqualified support and encouragement. The second is the place
where you feel you belong most at any given time. Durban gives me that feeling and has given me that feeling the most in the past four years. It’s ...
... the beachfront as it was a public holiday and there were street entertainers, music and laughter and people of all races, whites, Indians and black Africans but noticeably very few mixed race couples or families. Perhaps the rainbow nation is still moving towards that type of integration. The morning was marred only by an event of significance. Mike had warned me to be careful around ATM's and after I had gotten some cash he decided to also get some when a young ...
... in Durban was a lot like being at John Wayne Airport. The airport was easy to navigate and with Garmin in hand so were the freeways. We arrived at our beachfront timeshare within 15 minutes; finding a parking place took about as long.
We could stretch out and breathe again now having a two-bedroom, kitchenette suite. Situated right above the beach, a large sliding ...
... with a few gifts. I even bought Huddy a wooden train track in the hope it would make him a little happier. After a nice BBQ dinner with Grant and Renee and a few long chats about he I'm feeling I'm feeling much better about Gods plan for me, I just need to relax and what will be will :)
On another note I dared not say it out loud but 2 days ago we lost Dinosaur (probably has a little to do with Hudsons mood) but have just received message he has been found.
Things are looking ...
... so special about what the Seattle film scene has. It is wonderful to see it
reflected on the other side of the world, a cinematic sister community. It made me smile.
Today is a bit of a sad day around Durban. The Durban Filmmart is the first weekend of the Festival and through Monday night, the beachfront Blue Waters Hotel is teaming with filmmakers, particularly young talent, from around the continent. They are here to find
funding for their future projects ...