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... trying to go straight ahead and many trying to make a right hand turn – just chaos.
I saw a man in front of our car holding a solid stick like a club but what got my attention was a man who I thought might have been a policeman.
A little drama to start the "tour"
We were sandwiched between cars – to our front and back and to our left and right – all going in the same ...
... London. We got on a small plane, 30-40 people, which made for an interesting flight. The turbulence was few and far between but was intense. And we flew much lower, flying amongst the clouds which was an amazing experience in itself. Arriving in East London, an ocean breeze, blue skies and warm temperatures greeted us. The town comprised a lot of shanty towns, ...
Today we left our little home away from home at coffee bay and headed to a place called Chinsta. Our pick up wasn't until 11 so we had a relaxed morning and enjoyed the views of the bay which was now in glorious sunshine and did look really beautiful. Although we really liked sugarloaf we felt a bit like we had wasted precious time at coffee bay and we were glad to be back on the road. We waved goodbye and boarded the shuttle that would take us to the baz ...
... I will be moving to Belfast as of August. Alice beat some very stiff competition to get a job in Obstetrics and gynaecology, and I beat some not so very stiff competition to get an orthopaedics/surgery job. Usually they are very competitive, however it seems no one wants to do surgery in Norn Iron, as the fill rate on jobs is only about 50%! I see this as a good thing, as hopefully it stays that way through future interviews, and the standard of ...
... kitchen! I think they were just as happy to see the pizza! So, we had more champagne, pizza, a few wee cups of tea, and chatted in to the night. It all worked out perfectly. Right, that’s your lot for now (phew, I can hear everyone say). There were more things of note, but those were generally the highlights of this particular aspect, and I may get round to talking about the rest of the trip. We’re back in SA now. We were both a little depressed this morning (I had ...