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... ginger who was higher up, and he made several attempts to climb up there. Meanwhile the higher ginger was trying to come down. At the bottom the tabby was watching all this with interest. Trevor and I and a few others in our group were also watching the cats stealthily making their way around the tree branches instead of listening to our guide!
Eventually all became clear when the higher ginger met the lower ginger on a stout branch and he attempted ...
... ways they could hopefully move things forward. Being the end of the school year the staff were completing the children’s school reports. As Debbie’s school is not part of the state system, it is not unusual for a village child to attend both schools. On returning to the compound, we got on with the usual evening tasks and preparing for our next days activities.
Friday 19 July.
We had no sooner thought about having our breakfasts when ...
... a combo of nurses and soldiers. Being some of
the only whites resident in Banjul (almost all are on the coast) we
stand out a bit.
The hospital is interesting, nothing as bad as we had been led to expect, and we're getting used to the African pace of medicine. If it weren't for the heat I'd say glacial.
Anna and I are based on the male internal medicine ward, while Kev and Lauren are in the Paediatric unit. We haven't had ...
Happy new year 2013!!! Meilleurs Voeux et bonne heureuse année !
4 months of my life have now been spent living in Senegal, yet this country doesn't fail to vex, amaze and surprise me. Just the other day Amee & I went for a bike ride down a deserted track to find a beautiful but rugged, empty expanse of beach where we flew the kite Amee’s dad sent and gobbled up some locally grown bananas. It’s the precious instances like this that stick in ...
... responsibility to take precautions. However, it is undeniable that any lapse in concentration "will" (not may) result in the theft of your property in this region. To give credit where it is due, the policemen were extremely helpful and even got us the ferry tickets for which he had taken cash out in the first place. A small gesture, but saved us the trouble of standing in the same queue just after losing one's wallet there. And, oh, the wallet only contained ...