An Empty Coast

An Empty Coast
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Saturday, December 30, 2006


Mrs Blog and I arrive back home in Australia on Christmas Day. It's nice, of course, to be home, and to catch up with family and friends.


We're already missing Africa. The first thing we did, after visiting our families, was to hit a camping store in Sydney and buy a new tent - a future replacement for the circus tent (so named because it has a big top and, according to Mrs B, a clown inhabits it).

Anyway, there may or may not be much blogging from now on. Australia means home, but it also means work - the day job, that is. We'll see how it goes.

In the meantime, we made a good new friend in Hannelie, from Perth, who's been posting on this blog, and has agreed to help me with my appalling Afrikaans spelling.

So, until the near future, happy New Year.


Anonymous said...

Happy New year to you and Nicola too!
My research is going full speed, hope to e-mail you soon.

Anonymous said...

Welcome back. Hope the Australian sojourn is rewarding and not too day job orientated.

tonypark said...

thanks guys, for the research and wishes.

Unfortunately, the day job will win out over the books for the next few months. A small price to pay.

Bec of the Ladies Lounge said...

And an official welcome back from us, too. Even though we piked on the NYE sleepover we were thinking of you all.

Sure, we don't have monkeys: but then again, there's broadband...

Hannelie said...

Just checking what will happen if I comment again, my previous comment is suddenly anonymous?!

Hannelie said...

Oh, ok! It works again LOL