There’s this beautiful wrought iron gate at the end of our drive-way. I used to love the gate for its intricate designs but lately, I’ve come to hate that same
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About Corona, toilet-paper and history in the makingAbout Corona, toilet-paper and history in the making
At the risk of jumping on the bandwagon to bore everyone with my 2 cents worth here goes nothing. For weeks and months now we’ve all been following the news
In all honesty, I have to admit that visiting India or surrounding areas have never really been on my bucket list of things to do before I die or grow
When last have you treated yourself to some Vitamin SEA? Why not grab some brochures or get on the net and start searching for an island getaway. Whether it is
I started my Friday a tad grumpy as I didn’t really feel like going to Port Louis for the third time in as many days but hubby rented a mini-van
I read the posts of people wanting to leave SA and my heart breaks because I know it’s not a viable option financially or otherwise for many people BUT if
You’ve done it! You’ve packed up your old life and started a new one. You’ve made it to the island by hook or by crook. As you unpack your things
Tonight I’ve got the blues. Worse than the Sunday blues that I had yesterday. The gloomy clouds covering our rock in the middle of the ocean is surely not helping.
Are you really ready to be an expat? Am I ready to be one?Are you really ready to be an expat? Am I ready to be one?
Not meaning to stir some feathers, just a personal observation derived from my personal life and inspired by the very interesting mix of SAFFAS I have met so far. ‘Are