HOLIDAY DRINKS

At home I mostly alternate between tea and coffee during the day. Holidays are excuses for branching out a little and so I enjoyed this refreshing frozen mango and lemonade drink:

This is one of several tasty cappuccino drinks I enjoyed during our recent journey to the Western Cape and back:

However, there is little to beat a home-made mug of tea enjoyed in a sunny spot along with a good book to read:

Some readers may recognise the arum lilies that featured in the recent family celebration. They lasted for a long time.

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34 thoughts on “HOLIDAY DRINKS

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  2. Those drinks look delicious, Anne. I also have a favourite sunny spot to retreat to with a good book. Your book looks interesting – is it about WW II? I love war stories where women are featured.

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