Leaving South Africa – our interview on South East Radio Recently Athol and I went into South East Radio – the local radio station here in Wexford, Ireland – to be interviewed by Alan Corcoran for his Morning Mix show on what life is like in South Africa. We spoke… Read More »Leaving South Africa – our interview on South East Radio
This week marks the fifteen year anniversary of our arrival in Ireland with our two year old and my 5-month-big bump. In all these years we have been back to visit South Africa about nine times – we returned from our latest trip last week. This is the first trip… Read More »Election Day in South Africa -Looking back after fifteen years in Ireland
3 Cup Southern African Cheese Puffs Today our friend Gill returns to Zimbabwe to tend her ailing Dad, we are not sure how long she’s going to be gone and we will certainly miss her. (If you didn’t know, Zimbabwe is one of South Africa’s nearest neighbours). If I could… Read More »3 Cup Southern African Cheese Puffs
You’ll be happy living in Ireland if… …you love, love, LURVE the colour green. This country is not called the Emerald Isle just for the craic (for a laugh), wherever you look you are surrounded by greeny greenness. And not just in the fields and hills, trees and grass. Come… Read More »You’ll be happy living in Ireland if…
Will my home ever feel like home? This time a year ago we were travelling around South Africa visiting family and friends. Today I am over on the Mummy and the Mexican’s Blog as a guest blogger on her Nomad, Expat, Immigrant – Stories from Life Abroad series. I talk… Read More »Will my home ever feel like home?