Pomegranate Popsicles

I have the perfect model for treats. Hannah got to enjoy one of the pomegranate popsicles and I got the most amazing photographs.

Pomegranate Popsicles
Pomegranate Popsicles
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The uploading of our Visa documents did not go as planned. I thought I had logged out of Dave’s application when I uploaded my documents. But, I had not actually done so. Luckily I picked this up before the error became insurmountable. I cancelled his application and requested a refund. And then started his application from scratch. All I had to do was copy and paste as I had downloaded the application already. Once that was done I made sure the correct paperwork was allocated to the right applicant. And then it was time for our biometrics. Not wanting to pay the hefty £80 (R1350) fee for a family appointment, I had made two for us at the same time. But for the second application there were no more time slots that day. I made Dave’s appointment for further on in the week just in case.

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On the day of our original appointments we arrived 20 minutes early. They request this to check the application numbers against the appointment schedule, and to get you through security. Thankfully I had Dave’s old appointment confirmation, so we got inside with that. And then used his new reference number for the visit with the Visa centre representative. It was a mere formality as we had no further documents to submit. He just collated everything, created a file and got us to sign a document. We then went for fingerprints and photographs and left. All within 15 minutes, which as amazing. Our Passports were ready for collection 12 working days after our appointment. And a month later Dave received the refund from the messed up application. Have you ever uploaded the incorrect documents with no way to correct the error?

Pomegranate Popsicles


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Pomegranate Popsicles

This no sugar recipe is a perfect treat for children
Recipe Category: Dessert
Makes enough for: 6 popsicles
All Rights Reserved: An original recipe from Lavender and Lime


  • 350 mls pomegranate juice
  • 150 mls orange juice


  • Place the juice into a jug and stir to combine
  • Pour into 6 popsicle moulds and place into the freezer overnight to freeze
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11 thoughts on “Pomegranate Popsicles

  1. *hmph !* I don’t eat dessert . . . but shall try this for the next hot Australian summer . . . Hannah proved too irresistible !!!

  2. HI Tandy, we have had no issues obtaining UK passports and visas. We have had some issues with obtaining Michael’s SA passport. Terence created an application and we could not cancel it. It took three months to get it cleared. Now we have to wait for his new ID document before we can reapply for his passport. It is so ridiculous and inefficient.

    1. I actually found the DHA system to be excellent. At present, people are complaining like mad about UK passports. Things are chaotic and Visas are taking up to 8 weeks to get approved.

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