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Deeper, and deeper, into Africa!

The HAC Caravan lifts effortlessly and we wing our way over the neat cluster of high rise buildings that puncture Harare’s CBD, surrounded in the south by sprawling fast growing hi-density suburbia- row upon row of little box houses standing … Continue reading

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Pangolins galore! Pangolin Art, Pangolin food…the edible kind…..at Chilo Gorge Safari Lodge

Chilo Gorge Safari Lodge held a fun “Focus on Kids” weekend, also focussing on endangered Pangolins! Sarah Savory has written a fabulous book…. Guests at Chilo love that pretty theme food that the Chilo chefs come up with…….! Pangolin Bread: … Continue reading

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Allure of the Seas has claimed Kelli and Anton- they have left Africa to sail The Carribean…

Kelli and Anton have joined Allure of the Seas, gone from African shores for the next nine months. Allure of the Seas has just been named Best Cruise Ship by Travel Weekly readers for the second year in the row. … Continue reading

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Kelli’s and Anton’s last ports-of-call: Guam, Saipan and Philippines….. and The Caribbean..

Kelli’s and Anton’s ships are coming in soon….wooooowhooooooo! Graham McKean, wonderful artist….painted this ship…   From Royal Caribbean’s Independence of the Seas, to Norwegian Cruise Line’s Getaway and now Carnival Cruise Line, Anton has achieved such variety, such experience… made … Continue reading

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Kelli finds her way to Panama City bridal shops; and onwards to Lima, back to Hawaai and then Alaska!

South America Cruise with M/S Statendam 15 days from San Diego (CA) to Callao (Lima), departure 15/03/2015 Mon 16/03/15 At Sea Tue 17/03/15 Cabo San Lucas / Mexico 12:00 23:00 Wed 18/03/15 At Sea Thu 19/03/15 At Sea Fri 20/03/15 … Continue reading

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Mahenye Charitable Trust and Changana Culture; beading and beautiful ladies…

The Changana ladies at Chief Mahenye’s village have a strong tradition of beading…. Look at these deeply gathered skirts that they embellish with numerous seed beads… Some of my personal necklaces, bought from these talented ladies… NOTE: excerpt from my … Continue reading

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Beauty specialist on a South Sea Cruise: Humpback Whales, Dance and turquoise waters…

Kelli, my Zimbabwean African child,  is sailing as a Beauty Specialist on a South Sea Cruise from San Diego to Hawai’i and Tahiti this month…     This is one of her orchid photos from the Hawai’i Botanical Gardens… What … Continue reading

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