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November 25, 2020

Ilona Kolbe

De Hoop Nature Reserve

De Hoop Nature Reserve is probably best known for the opportunity it offers for on-land whale watching. Ilona Kolbe took a day trip recently, and took some photgraphs that show other pleasures in this diverse region. Small Matters The reserve doesn’t feature the “Big 5”, which makes it an extra special space for walkers, joggers

Tribal Thoughts
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African Food

Bake Your Own Water

Bake your own water sponge cake. Rhodie recipe for sponge, happiness and resilience. Hard times have always been with us. The world has changed a lot over time, but some truths prevail. I’m thinking about people. No matter how much we indulge ourselves in fun, shopping, complaining and other entertaining distractions – We become brave

Tasty Tart

Tasty tarts with a dash of speed are making a Cape comeback  There are a million things the Cape could boast about, but spicing up the world must surely top the list.  The trading post opened the door for goods to cross the globe & brought spices to Europe. Frozen taste buds thawed & skipped at least

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PTSD

RHODESIAN THANKSGIVING-REMEMBRANCE DAY

RHODESIAN THANKSGIVING REMEMBRANCE DAY 11th November Flame lilies grow in the ‘Hondo’ valley, where brave soldiers fought and fell, They witnessed courageous young men fight to the very gates of Hell. Like the crimson poppies of Flanders field, let Rhodesians always recall, We too have a flower of great beauty that witnessed brave Rhodesians fall.

Rhodesian Remembrance 2018 UK

They were only boys…but their stoic heroism survives.
They are etched forever in our hearts, minds and souls,
Their names forever engraved on our Rhodesian scrolls,
“Hamba kahle”, brave soldiers prematurely gone to rest,
“Sala kahle”, by your legacies Rhodesians are truly blessed. – by Alf Hutchison

PTSD

PTSD / Lessons from old Servicemen World at War Today Most of the world is currently involved in war. Now. At this very moment. 2016 – & we are still at it. Media coverage is limited to human stories. A badly injured child or an isolated event captures viewers interest for day or maybe a

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