Treehouse River Lodge
Travel Blogs from Durban
... blew in from the sea obliterating any views of the beachfront and bay views!
Arriving at Kingsmead Cricket Ground we were convinced there would be no play but decided to sit and wait for a while to await developments. The covers were on the pitch and heavy showers kept passing over. After waiting until 7.30pm and having hot coffees to warm ourselves there seemed to be action! Covers were removed and sawdust laid down on the wettest ...
... rand which i walked away from. So here I was in the markets trying to find it. I found one similar (same painting different colours) and Shar asked on my behalf the price. 20 rand!!!! we found a couple of other things and have decided we will definitely be going to the markets before I come home! Oh and as far as my painting as I went to pay my gorgeous friend helen handed it to me! Thank you friend x
After the ...
... 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 ...
... African filmmaking, but there are definitely others from around the continent here) has been a dream come true.
One of my frustrations in programming over the years has been hunting down fresh and interesting African content. I am hard pressed to name any Festival that is effectively showcasing African films with any strength. Most of the major Festivals show 3 to 4 African films but it feels like the tip of the ...
COP 17 was my fourth UN climate change
negotiations, which is somewhat shocking to me as I honestly didn't
see myself attending another one after my first, which was in Nairobi
in 2006. Instead of COP 12 being a one-off, COPs have become a key
component of my life and seem to have played a role in every aspect
of it from love to work to travel to family. (I literally got myself
a brother from this whole thing!) This year was ...