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... a little smarter and with a buttload of experiences and
Although it sounds more than appealing to me to settle down, build a house,
plant a tree, buy a car, get a chicken and a cat and call them Fräulein Kip and
Mister Mietz, I am not just there yet. Before I move in with Fräulein Kip and
Mister Mietz, I have this Fernweh I have to go take care off.
If I don’t ...
... which I went to the South-African Embassy quiet sometimes to obtain my Visa and in which I'm still busy to complete my Minor English culture and language, it is almost time to go, FINALLY.
1th of February I’m leaving to do an 5 months internship in Cape town (Jeej)
After five months I will stay in South-Africa for another month which is still completely open for adventure just how I like it. I’m thinking to go backpacking to Transkei or a ...
Funnily enough, it is still windy, cold and wet. After doing some Buddha's email as well as talking to Lena on Skype, we went downstairs to help Jez and Kat. Jez took off for an interview with a science magazine and Kat went shopping to have some 'me' time. Cameron and Amy came over and kept us company. We spent much of the day either talking, doing email, this blog or looking after Justin. Although he had a massive three-hour sleep ...
... and Amy joined us in the family and close friends row at the front with Katherine, a colleague from Australia. After the deliberation and a decision to award Jez his PhD, there was a very rushed handover of his very large certificate. Drinks followed at MPI where Jez also got to greet old colleagues and friends including Eliza and Dominic. Next stop was an ...
... are at the end if there life cycle and the tips are looking really tired but the tubers are maturing nicely. We took a quick look around the grading facility, all the potatoes are graded and delivered. They have a number of facilities around the area to handle the volume, have about 8000 ha x 50 = 400,000 MT of potatoes to deal with. We then went with Andre to lunch ...