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Day Three of Life in the Sun.

This jet lag is awful, the first night I went to bed at 8 .30 pm , though I don’t think that’s too bad when you consider I had been up nearly 24 hours and in England it was 4.30 in the morning. 455 more words

Thoughts Of Puzzled Mind.

Oh Eskom...

It seems as though the country is up in arms about the recent spate of scheduled and rolling blackouts we have experienced from electricity giant Eskom. 606 more words

Load shedding

Anyone who was a child in the 1970’s in the UK will remember playing board games by candlelight, sitting in the front room covered in blankets, using a camping stove if you were lucky to boil water or cook beans, telling ghost stories and making scary faces with torches. 244 more words

South Africa

My first three lessons. (What an uninspiring title)

Power cuts.

My very first adventure-lesson thing on this blog just happened to be a Power-cut.

Now if you’ve never heard of them, you are blessed indeed but to those of us living in tropical islands in the Indian Ocean (Look up Sri Lanka why don’t you?), they are kind of normal. 212 more words

Welcome to snow

After leaving Canada a week ago I’ve arrived in Dushanbe and into the house where I’ll be living for the next 9 months. I want you to take all the assumed notions of my lifestyle with MSFand throw them out the window because I know I did. 1,676 more words

MSF