After two years of enjoying and indulging at the Polytechnic Cultural Festival I decided it was time for Canada to represent. We set up a table (I believe the first Canadian table in history!) and served up some crepes with real authentic Canadian Maple Syrup brought to me by my friends at Brock University. I also made up a big pot of Canadian Chilli; you know the really authentic Canadian version? The Chilli sold out in the first 90 minutes but we continued making crepes for about 3 hours.
Best of the Best NamibiaJanuary 20, 2009
I am leaving Namibia and in a way very sad to be doing so. Namibia is an absolutely beautiful country with wonderfully diverse, well spirited, and warm people. Below is my collection of some of the best scenic photos I was fortunate enough to take while in country. PoN Culture Festival – International Cuisine by […]
Rotaract Fun DayDecember 6, 2008
The Auas Rotaract club in Windhoek had a year end fun day for the children of Hope Village Namibia. We had 53 children join us at the Katatura Swimming pool for a day of swimming, jumping, dancing, laughing and some pleasant surprises. This baby had some pretty good moves… But our friend Pepe had them […]
Kims Birthday Party at NiceNovember 28, 2008
Yes Kim’s birthday was in fact at the begging of this month. However she was so plagued with exams that the party had to be moved till month end. Lots of fun people and laughs last night!! The Nice bar crew, these guys are great!! A Springbokkie ready to be devoured. 2 parts mint liquor […]