Easter Fairy Daisy

Eva Marks love footwear; especially ones with high heels. I will never wear those but have so much pleasure in looking at them.


Happy Easter to you all!

May the Easter Fairy sprinkle your Easters with Joy, Happiness, Peace and Love for now and forever.

PS: I will take some time off and wish you all a very Happy Spring as well! Love~ Eva

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The moments that make Malawi

Beautifully documented life of an expat in Africa. Love Lianne Ashton’s blog.

Africa far and wide

I grew up in the lush hills of Ixopo in KwaZulu Natal. It’s been 10 years since I lived there and even back then, it was only for a couple of years, in between going ‘other’ places.  Since I was 10 years old, I wanted to travel and explore the world. It must have been the wanderlust gene, born with a hunger to explore!

It completely ‘ceased’ to be home when I got married and moved to Zimbabwe. Suddenly I found myself in a different world; one of hyper-inflation, power cuts and water cuts, queues to buy food and dealing with brief cases of dollar notes! It was my rather harsh introduction into life north of the Limpopo and a few years later, life as an expat in Africa.

On my previous departure from my old home town, a friend said to me, ‘Lianne you’ll hate it, that life in…

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The Baardskeerdersbos Art Route

Life in the Overberg


This weekend (Saturday and Sunday 19-20 March and each day between 10AM and 5AM) art of numerous local professional artists and guest artists (like Yvonne de Wit) are on display at diverse locations in Baardskeerdersbos in the Overberg, Western Cape, South Africa.

But besides for art there is more to see in this small village tucked away in a valley somewhere between Bredasdorp/Napier and Gansbaai/Franskraal. A stroll between the diverse artist houses gives the visitor sometimes the impression that the BBossers live and work in a different time period. Park you car somewhere, walk and see.

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