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... utterly awesome and totally memorable time...a little piece of each of our hearts will forever be on African dirt...probably on the Makgadikgadi salt pans or the granite boulders of Matopos... Contrary to popular prediction, I didn't shed a tear as we took-off from Jo'burg airport...the reason...I've made a promise with myself to return to this amazingly diverse continent with it's great big ...
... d reserved the hall for the evening.
Tonight's dinner was my first post-diet restrictions meeting meal at Pembroke, and with everything else going wrong I had a gut feeling that somehow my meal was not going to go smoothly. The cafeteria made curry, which normally I can't have because it is so spicy. I showed the girl my little GERD card, which the chef had given me, and she was completely mystified. She had no idea what I was talking about, but I ...
... s up, you can find answers and a nice outline of my past months on a private blog on mental welfare that I am starting
message me if you would like to gain entry
here is a mindmap to keep you entertained until then
... match (mind you, it was sort of a fail), and it was a very uplifting experience overall. It would be cool to see it replicated elsewhere!
So although not much to report, there's still lots going on! I am participating in experiments here at the department, to see how other labs run their projects (and for some extra money!). It's really cool to see that there are a lot of things that are similar to the projects at Notre Dame! ...
... tradesmen after the dumpster had been taken away too soon to bring to the "tip" or garbage dump. We were able to load everything up before it was too dark, and then headed back to Chipping Norton.
December 31- We drove 30 minutes to the closest tip and placed the garbage in its various sections (paper, cardboard, wood, plaster/gypsum). It was an eye opening experience seeing where garbage goes. And emphasized the desire to re-use and minimize ...