Stan and Mary live in a game reserve. There are no animals that endanger humans, but one can easily see zebras and other 4 legged creatures. They have an amazing view and are wonderful hosts. On Saturday morning, we went to a lively farmer’s market and had a delicious breakfast ordered piecemeal from various food stands. Everything was so fresh and yummy and the barn setting that served as a church on Sundays was most enjoyable. We also visited a nice little collection of shops and a place where glass beads were being handmade. We had a fantastic dinner out that night and mostly relaxed and caught up with our dear friends.
On Sunday, we chilled out, did laundry, and enjoyed the friendship and beautiful setting of the Goodenoughs home and grounds. We are most grateful for their hospitality and cherish our ongoing connection with them. I don’t know where we would be without the amazing staff at Bundu Bashers Travel Agency, founded by Stan and his son Craig, that provides our South Africa tours with incredible guidance, skill and caring.
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Howdy! Someone in my Myspace group shared this
site with us so I came to give it a look. I’m definitely loving the information. I’m bookmarking and will be tweeting this to my followers!
Outstanding blog and amazing design.
Long time supporter, and thought I’d drop a comment.
Your wordpress site is very sleek – hope you don’t mind me asking
what theme you’re using? (and don’t mind if I steal it?
I just launched my site –also built in wordpress like yours– but the theme slows (!) the site down quite a bit.
In case you have a minute, you can find it by searching for “royal cbd” on Google (would appreciate any feedback) – it’s still in the works.
Keep up the good work– and hope you all take care of yourself during the coronavirus
Stan is not only Goodenough ..HE IS THE BEST !!
Oh boy, it’s great to read all this. What a privilege and pleasure it has been to connect with both of you, here in South Africa, and in the US, over these years.
Your passion for, and support of under-privileged South African musicians and potential musicians has touched our hearts and many others. It certainly has played a distinct part in inspiring me to “making more of a difference” in the lives of so many local folk who were born into appalling conditions not of their own making and for whom so very little upliftment is provided by the authorities in South Africa.
With much love
Stan and Mary