Monthly Archives: January 2016

ROYALS & MARIMBAS

Dooley and the Duke: Our friend, Andrew Dooley, a Liverpudlian with a wonderful sense of humour, worked for the local Maun newspaper, The Okavango Observer, as a journalist, among other things. Andrew would say it was more of the other … Continue reading

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A Bush Christmas & an Okavango New Year

Joy Evans & Klaas Bol, our friends and neighbours, invited Sheila and I to spend Christmas 1998 with them at Lake Xakanaxa in Moremi Game Reserve.  Joy lived in a rented cottage on Klaas and Maria Bol’s property next door … Continue reading

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The VISION

Having earned a good reputation as a part time art teacher at Matshwane Primary School, Sheila became the Art teacher at the newly opened Delta Waters International School when she left Croc Camp. Delta Waters was the brain-child of Fleming … Continue reading

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