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Time waits for no-one and it is hard for me to appreciate that the Frimley plant closed almost two years ago and that I left the UK at the end of December 2012 and have been back to the UK for 3 visits for a total of 37 days since then.
The hardest thing about being away is the geographical separation from your family but with FaceTime and the social media websites it is quite easy to keep in touch. Other than that I do not miss ...
On Tuesday, the 24th of August 2010, we arrived at Park Station in Johannesburg at 9am to catch our bus to Blantyre, leaving at 10am. We had prepared ourselves mentally for the journey, a 31 hour bus trip which was scheduled to arrive in Blantyre in Malawi at 5pm on Wednesday afternoon. We eventually only left Park Station at about 12:30, and our very first encounter of the famous "African Time" was experienced right at home.
The bus was packed full ...
... lodge when you eat breakfast there is a veranda that overlooks as all watering hole and it was amazing to eat breakfast and watch zebra, wildebeest and warthogs feeding in front of you.
The last great experience of the week end was when leaving the reserve as we were driving out there were five elephants literally feeding by the side of the road - just amazing.
For me Africa is just a great experience. Now going back to Kenya to enjoy even more ...
... What a man and what a story. We took it all in and then realised that we had to head back in order to be back at the hotel in time for our airport transfer. Christina gave us a very warm send-off and we hopped in the car. The driver was so funny, he talked non-stop and when we hit some traffic, he suggested that we stick our head out of the window and shout that we have a bomb, so that ...
... is a girl with spirit. She
is smart, she is wise, she is fun, she is spunky. I would love to
have her at FUN Camps. In fact, I'd bet she could lead FUN Camps. She
does not seem 12 years old. Her and her brother Max fight by one
upping each other on who knows more about Julius Caesar, or what
matriarchy means. Bright folk!
The next day Zann and I had a girls
outing that I later named the “contrast tour”. Zann had told ...