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One of the great things about changing where you live is the opportunity to begin new traditions, new habits to look forward to each year, each season. Such was the case this weekend attending the Wangaratta Jazz Festival in, you … Continue reading
So I’m home. How about that? So far, it doesn’t feel like it. I had a brief meltdown on the night we arrived at my mother-in-law’s house to find all my bedroom furniture, including a pink stuffed chair I’d had … Continue reading
Over the past few days I have been having the most powerful memories from my childhood. It’s not that this has never happened before, it’s just that over the past 16 years I have spent most of my time living … Continue reading
I think the last time my ears popped on an elevator, I was eleven years old going up the Sears Tower in Chicago. Then again, I can’t imagine that vintage 80’s elevator was as state of the art and super-speedy … Continue reading
The restaurant that I am sitting in has no name. It exists on the back street of a back street in Soweto, South Africa. In search of a traditional black South African meal, our guide and resident knower-of-all-things Soweto, Richard, … Continue reading
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I once read somewhere that Africa can “get under your skin” and despite not being able to remember the source of the quote, I can attest to the validity of it. After the ecological wonders of Kruger National Park and … Continue reading
After three glorious days of animal watching in Kruger National Park, we were headed out into the mountains, in search of the thatch-roof cottages, proud local culture, and reasonably-priced arts and crafts of the kingdom of Swaziland. With the exception … Continue reading