Granchester – Back on a NFFC Water

Granchester – Back on a NFFC Water

This morning I returned to Granchester, one of the Natal Fly Fishing Club’s most popular dams, after a 5 year break from the venue. A quick review of the blog reminded me that it had been a tough outing with Nick picking up the only fish (you can read the story here). I was hoping …

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Running in Pune, India

Running in Pune, India

I’m currently in the enjoyable position of frequently travelling to India on business. While I spend 99% of my time in the office (or hotel), and therefore don’t get to see as much of India as I would like to, I do make every effort to get out and about as often as I can. And the best …

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Wimbledon Parkrun in the Snow

Wimbledon Parkrun in the Snow

I was recently in the UK on business and met up with my sister for breakfast at Bill’s in Covent Garden. Now while Bill’s was a great breakfast venue, and the eggs Benedict were to die for, it was a relatively depressing morning for me – not because I was with my sister, that part …

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Wet Rock Indoor Water Park

Wet Rock Indoor Water Park

Looking for something to do on that odd raining day in Durban? I’d highly recommend the Wet Rock Indoor Water Park, complete with a lazy river ride, kiddies and adult slides, and a fantastic cafe. Check out some of the fun I had there with my family.

Fixing Jittery Playback in Premiere Pro CC

Fixing Jittery Playback in Premiere Pro CC

From time to time I find bugs in the various pieces of software I use to process my photos and videos. I usually find a work-around, either by fiddling or on the internet, but I tend to forget them a few weeks later when I encounter the same problem. I’ve therefore decided to post them on …

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Wavies and Cappuccinos

Wavies and Cappuccinos

Back before I had 2 children, in the days when my job was less time consuming, I used to often fish before (and after) work along the beaches of KwaZulu-Natal or in the Durban harbour. Those days now seem like a distant memory, although in truth it wasn’t all that long ago. This morning I …

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