How To Hop Across A Few Continents On Three Legs.

May 29 0

If there is one thing I have learnt after many years of travel, it is the trick of, ‘travelling light’. Excess baggage is nothing more than a cumbersome millstone when boarding planes, trains, boats or any other form of transportation when one is on the move. When taking family vacations to far flung climes, our […]

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Rendering Unto Ceasar That Which Is Ceasar’s . The terrifying Ordeal Of A Tax Audit.

May 25 0

Imagine if you will, a pleasant, sunny Friday afternoon when the working week is almost complete and the weekend looms with the promise of time to do exactly what one feels like doing, when suddenly the spell is cruelly broken. At 4.00 pm, into my office strolls my P.A. bearing a letter that had been […]

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How Do You Mend A Broken Heart? A Visit To Beirut.

May 13 0

Welcome to Beirut, recognised as one of the oldest cities in the world where Archeologists have dated human habitation here to over 5000 B. C. This picturesque city is perched on a thin peninsula that meanders outwards into the azure blue waters of the Mediterranean. Rising like sentinels behind it, are the high Lebanon Mountains, […]

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Crutching At Straws.

May 12 0

In the last few days I have suddenly discovered what it feels like to be ‘disabled ‘ and, to tell the truth, it is not that pleasant! I play tennis on a regular basis and, a few weeks ago my tennis partners and I switched to playing on clay as we were due to compete […]

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