LST-Part six: Closer to fine

Port Elizabeth and Addo Elephant Park and then, Knysna. I’ve booked two nights there, and hope to meet some musicians with the idea of both a compilation album to raise funds and awareness for MAP (it’s featured in Perspective: Africa, March issue), as well as chatting about the possibility of developing more dance productions with SA artists. We shall see if they’re open to the idea.

Good news: I have shelter in cape Town! SA hospitality continues, and I am so grateful to an old friend and his wife for inviting me to camp in their spare room while I find my feet. It’s a weight off my mind to know I have a bed to sleep in when I get into Cape Town, without trying to find a cheap B&B at the last minute.

God, I do love the people and this country.

I just wish I met more South Africans who felt the same.

pedicure not keeping up with the trip. port edward

pedicure not keeping up with the trip. port edward