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Corona Virus: Lockdown Journey Journal, Day 32 of Level 1, 1 November 2021


Monday 1 November 2021, Election Day, Day 32 of Level 1 😷

Corona Gratitude 🙏

#grateful for good rain overnight, mid-morning and mid-afternoon, cooling things down, everything feeling refreshed, and good weather for work, work, work…. ; for a morning Bakoven walk with a few rain drops; for a walk in our garage as it started raining as I was about to go for another walk; for watching the voting from the outside, the Camps Bay What’s App Groups I’m in all writing about the length of the queues, even though they cannot change voting stations 😱; for Minsky being a real house cat today, curled Continue reading →

Chef Jenny Morris launches Yumcious Café in Durbanville! Exciting Tourism news from James Vos, Shadow Minister of Tourism!

Yesterday I attended the launch of Yumcious Café in the DeVille Centre in Durbanville, the second restaurant of Chef Jenny Morris, her first one being the very successful Yumcious Café in the Cape Quarter.  Continue reading →

Dubai City Tour lifts the spirit after shocking Emirates service!

I had the misfortune to experience Dubai under less than perfect conditions, and with it Emirates airline, which once was the best airline in the world (now dropped to number four, as rated by Skytrax)! A City Tour by Sun Tours helped to restore my appreciation for what Dubai has to offer! Continue reading →

Thrifty Sweet Service Award! Uber Sour Service Award!

The Sweet Service Award goes to Thrifty car rental in Durban city centre, for coming to my rescue when I had forgotten to bring along my driver’s licence when traveling in KZN last week.  The company rules are that they cannot rent out cars without the driver’s license. I rented a car from the company eleven months ago, and was relieved when they were able to access a copy of my driver’s license from last year’s paperwork!  Continue reading →