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Misty Midlands of KwaZulu Natal

On our return from Umngazi in the Transkei, hubby and I stopped for a night in the Midlands. What a change in temperature from the hot and humid coast of the Transkei!! The Midlands was misty, rainy and rather chilly!! … Continue reading

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Another day in Ballito …

… from sunrise to sunset  (our second last day). Making the most of a glorious sunrise over the Indian Ocean.  Each dawning of a new day is different.   This day was pastel and pretty and yet the sun was fiery through the zoom … Continue reading

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Captain Fine’s Fish Factory in Ballito

Our Ballito holiday on the North Coast of KwaZulu Natal – May 2015 My cousin, Barry,  highly recommended a lunch at the Fish Factory.  It really is a difficult place to find as it’s tucked in a corner of a … Continue reading

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Sunrise to sunset

Promise of a good day ahead … I enjoyed sitting on the holiday apartment’s patio watching the sunrise … people taking an early morning stroll on the small beach … walkers and runners on the promenade, increasing in number as the sun … Continue reading

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Sand, sea and stormy skies

More pics from our Ballito holiday in May … Spot the sand crab .. So sad we have to be aware of crime on holiday … Stormy weather approaches from Durban … Bottlenose dolphins came out to play … Our Ballito … Continue reading

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We are back !!

Hubby and I came home a few days ago and I always seem to hit the ‘home’ ground running … fetching kiddies, grocery shopping, gym and yoga!   Came home to a dry garden too.  Thank heavens I didn’t plant seedlings!  Seeds … Continue reading

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Holidaying in a retirement village!!!!!!

True !!! On our recent trip to the Cape … Hubby and I spent our last few days with his sister Cheryl, and Bob in their new home in Hermanus.  A few months ago when their name came up on … Continue reading

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Lush gardens at the Vineyard Hotel in Cape Town

I love wandering around the beautiful gardens of the hotel on the banks of the Liesbeek River.  I have written a post about the gardens in April 2010 .. a different time … a different season.  This time it was misty and drizzly … Continue reading

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Breakfast at the Blueberry Cafe, Nottingham Road

Leaving our super seaside holiday behind and making our way to the Drakensberg, hubby and I stopped in the Midlands for breakfast. The Blueberry Café  had been recommended by both Jeanette and Elaine so naturally we had to go there.  It … Continue reading

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Holidaying in Ballito, KwaZulu Natal North Coast

My photographic journey of our holiday in Ballito begins. Firstly let me show you where we stayed.   Using my wide-angle lens : we were on the third floor in the white apartment block with glorious views.  We’ve stayed in the … Continue reading

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