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... up, then another and the baby. Trouble is they would only pop out to breath and disappear for 30 secs so unless cameras were already on aimed in the right direction to catch them by the time the camera had gone off the pic shows the bubbles in the water and nothing else ha ha but I did capture a few.
Lunch was great to head to the new west end mall to Java coffee house and Mexican or Western food. Then it was off in the tuk tuk's we ...
... and/or looking through their equally impressive binoculars. I felt rather vulnerable, yet important at the same time - this must be how being a celebrity feels like!
At Rondo retreat, we did a short walk through the forest and sunset walk to the top of the highest hill, which I highly recommend, specially if you - like me - are obsessed with sunsets! We saw many species of birds, butterflies and monkeys. The retreat is inclusive of meals. ...
... do something, it sometimes comes across as an order and I don't like that. I know I am a very forward person, but I am not sure if that is a right personality for project management. I know doing a PhD is managing a big project, but again it really just involves you. But today I realised, the reason I don't like being a project manager is because I like to do things. I like to get my hands dirty and roll my sleeves up and finish a task. I don't like telling ...
... Jioni which is evening and Maghribi which is dusk.
For those of you who speak Arabic or even Farsi, you will find a lot of similarities.
I am sorry I don't have any pictures to put up, but I am currently at my place in Musanda. And the internet connection is pretty bad and it takes a very long time to download photos. So tomorrow I will go to Mumias as part of the youth program and campaign on AIDs and HIV, so I will be able to find a spot to upload these pictures.
... me to borrow someones car to take to the shop. I was amazed when the owner of the car (who I didn't know) just nodded when the leader of the camp asked if I could borrow the car. Its a weird concept for westerners as usually this would be illegal. I was so excited to drive, as I have said previously- it's crazy but at the same time I really want to. As soon as I changed my shoes, leader Matt (from Bath) had ...
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