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Staycation at Island of Siankaba.

Do you ever get itchy feet? An intense desire to explore faraway places? I do, so very often and not always at the most convenient of times because leave days are subject to approval and well….I quite firmly believe that there is a mean spirited, thieving goblin that steals money from my purse whenever I’m not looking. Serious. No jokes!There is hope, however, as I … Continue reading Staycation at Island of Siankaba.

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The Dusty Road

-a township experience Victoria Falls town has no shortage of charming little cafes and artsy eateries. But even so, the Dusty Road Restaurant is something of a surprise. Set in the heart of bustling Chinotimba -the largest and oldest township in Victoria Falls, the Dusty Road an altogether an ingenious representation of the township’s colloquialisms. From its quirky décor- a collection of bits and odd … Continue reading The Dusty Road

A Brief For The Defense – Jack Gilbert

Sorrow everywhere. Slaughter everywhere. If babies are not starving someplace, they are starving somewhere else. With flies in their nostrils. But we enjoy our lives because that’s what God wants. Otherwise, the mornings before summer dawn would not be made so fine. The Bengal tiger would not be fashioned so miraculously well. The poor women at the fountain are laughing together between the suffering they have known and the … Continue reading A Brief For The Defense – Jack Gilbert

Zanzibar !

Even the name itself is exotic. But be that as it may, there is nothing that could have prepared me for the experience of actually being there. What little I have seen of it so far- Stone Town -is absolutely exquisite. Right from its people, a sun-kissed dark chocolate brown skinned people, to its architecture- the labyrinth of winding walkways that you could blissfully be … Continue reading Zanzibar !

Red Shoes

You’d think to have a boy telling me they loved you and wanted to marry in the middle of a beautiful outdoor concert would me happy. I mean, it was lovely. There were fairy lights twinkling above our heads as we swayed to the music of one of my favourite bands, hands raised in the air singing tribute to Nelson Mandela as Mafikizolo sang Asibonanga. … Continue reading Red Shoes

Magwinya & Soup.

It’s interesting the things we know of our colleagues after a few years of working together. Often things that they don’t even notice of themselves. From the obvious moodiness after a spat with a significant other to little twitches and twists of the face when they are up to something mischievous – like giving a customer a not so subtle put-down. All their little habits … Continue reading Magwinya & Soup.