The first things you see when you drive in to one of the townships is the garbage that lays everywhere, stray dogs, shacks that are packed together like cans. Then you see the kids with torn clothes, and the stains … Continue reading
Posted in Africa, Bits and bobs, South Africa, The conundrum of my life, Travel, Volunteering
Tagged Africa, Cape Tow, Da Noon, danoon, life, SA, Save volunteering, volunteer, volunteering, Xhosa
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You can say you have one of these days when… You start in the morning being conned by two highly professional scam artists in the ATM. Then spend the rest of the day climbing table mountain because you got lost, … Continue reading
I am one of the seven billion humanbeings in this world. Mentally, emotionally and intellectually we are the same. ~ Dalai Lama
To me that will be to follow the path that is before me, and actively seek opportunities. Take the possibility that present itself and not look back. To not be restrained what other people think of me, and not let … Continue reading
Posted in Bits and bobs, Career, Life choices, The conundrum of my life, Travel
Tagged changing, choaching, developing, evolving, freedom, life, Life-changing, living, open minded, school of life
Oslo, a city with everything a capital needs, but small enough to be home! Shoot by a Norwegian photo student by the name Eirik Evjen, when he was studying in Nordic School of Photography. He spent 10 days on the … Continue reading
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Today I finalized a negotiation with a new vendor that will save my company for millions in the next two years. It was a great way to end my week and a perfect start for the coming days off. The … Continue reading
From Christoph Rehage. Sometimes you have to take: The longest way! (press the link)
Strõmstad! I can still remember the smell of the ocean and sunscreen lotion! Strömstad is a fast-growing community, in a region in which local residents also include Halden, Fredrikstad and Sarpsborg in Norway. For a large part of the year, … Continue reading