YIMG_20191214_131600_resized_20191214_031806280 (002)You may have noticed the absence of November’s Cape Town Round-up. Blame it on year-end fatigue. It’s been a difficult year in Cape Town and I’m not up for more reporting on our catalogue of on-going woes.

Long ago in Rhodesia, the farmers (who were never happy with the weather, the crops and the Government) used to sigh and say: Next year will be better. I sincerely hope so!

‘Tis the season to be jolly , proclaims the old song, so in that spirit, let me wish all my readers a warm and happy Christmas with family and friends, followed by a peaceful and healthy New Year.



13 responses to “DECEMBER 2019 : YEAR’S END IN CAPE TOWN

  1. eileen.eileenturner.turner

    May 2020 be a wonderful year for you, Alison. Good health, peace and great contentment. Much love, Eileen xxxxSent from my Samsung Galaxy smartphone.

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  2. Corinna Turner

    I echo the sentiment regarding your health for 2020. You certainly have had a couple of years of it so, time for a bit more ‘Joie de Vivre’ hopefully coming your way over Christmas and New Year to get you on your way. xx

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  3. A very merry Christmas and a happy New Year to you, Alison. Here’s hoping 2020 is a good year for Cape Town. 🎄

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  4. Wishing you a wonderful xmas Alison and all the very best for 2020. I don’t know about you but the last 20 years have shot by.

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  5. Have a Merry and peaceful Christmas & New Year Alison. Xx

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  6. I have really enjoyed reading your blog.
    Nollag shona duit. Happy Christmas.


  7. Best wishes for Christmas and the New Year to you too.


  8. 20/20 vision is on its way. with 20Plenty

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