We celebrated Heritage Day here last Tuesday. In Durban we have so many different cultures and people were wearing their own heritage outfits. I went to the supermarket and the cashier greeted me wearing beautiful Zulu beadwork and a Zulu hat. One of the other Xkosa ladies was wearing a traditional skirt with her matching […]
What more needs to be said ! I think any of us who have sat in the chair, under the scissors of a new hairdresser, have the very same thought !
This wall is just around the corner from my son’s home in Cape Town. I just love the humour in this picture. The artist has painted this young African mum with a baby on her back and a can of spray paint in her hand, a very unlikely combination!
Recently my son visited Nairobi, Kenya and brought me back this beautiful, colorful rhino. Amazingly it is made from recycled flipflops found on the beaches and creates employment for people who create the sculptures. Take a look at their website for more www.theffrc.com
A few years ago we decided at Christmas time just to buy one ‘decent’ gift and play the ‘Secret Santa’ game, which is played by rolling a pair of dice and when you get a double six you may swap your gift for something you would prefer It is a hilarious game , even getting […]
How lovely to see these girls dressed in traditional clothing.