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Feels like so long since I last wrote - that's probably because last week was a strange one, a bit of an emotional roller coaster which served to remind me why I'm here doing what I'm doing.
I do just want to stress - don't think that I'm here on holiday.. I have weekends off and the beeeeautiful scenes you see in photos I get onto Facebook show that - but I can't publish project photos anywhere online, that would be wrong is so many ways (as it would if you worked in a ...
... was “Auntie”, and 72 year old women who seemed to help with everything. But Mrs Karu laughed off this invasion and seemed to relish the challenge.
At the market I asked her to cook all the vegetable curries with vegetables I could find in the UK. So we had green beans, leeks, carrots, potatoes, lentils plus rice and popadoms. I then thought I should get the men something to drink and they of course wanted hard liquor, Arak (distilled ...
... did go down better than I thought, everyone stripped their beds and hovered around, cleaned the bulk head walls etc and generally made the place look better, especially as we are moored in a dock full of cement and the dust is being walked in every where! The place now looks rather ship shape Then the mammoth task of washing nearly 50 people's bedding - despite working non stop I did not finish it even by the evening. But did manage to finish my drug stock take: 3 ...
Very tired today after almost no sleep last night - there were dogs barking outside my door off and on all night, not to mention the Russians who were partying loudly until 2:00 AM. Turned on the light several times to read a super cheap, trashy novel to try to bore myself to sleep but it was no good. Unbelieveable how a book can be published with so many grammatical errors and typos. Not to mention errors in the plot and corny ...
... yoghurt, lime juice and a blend of whatever spices I thought would go well (I can't remember now). I also squeezed some mangos, put them through the food processor and then sieved the pulp to make the base for some mango juice, which would go very nicely in some mango daiquiris later. Lou did the same with passionfruit and watermelon, and added to the collection of beer and arrack (a coconut-based spirit), we had plenty to keep busy with. Some of the Richli's friends ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet