Monthly Archives: March 2011

2011 Trip part 5

Monday 21st March I had yet more morning visitors. This time a woman with a bad leg. It was in a very uncomfortable brace and she dragged her foot behind her as she walked. She expected me to know what … Continue reading

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2011 Trip part 4

Wednesday 16th March The day started off with another Adult Blind Centre meeting to discuss the chicken projects. We still needed to buy the wood for the roofing frames, plus sort out labour and other jobs. Meetings at the centre … Continue reading

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A day in the life #11 (2011)

Morning world. Last night was a late one and the day started with a hangover. I’m usually up by 7 so this was a lie in. I still only had about 5 hours sleep though. I pop some pills for … Continue reading

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2011 Trip part 3

Sunday 13th March Sunday was another relatively easy day although I still had a steady stream of visitors to my house. One guy came to see me cos his wife has kidney problems. I gave some support last year and … Continue reading

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2011 Trip part 2

Tuesday 8th March Today was wash day. Cleaning oneself is not particularly easy – it takes about an hour to heat up the water over a charcoal burner to a bearable temperature. Whilst this was happening a couple of girls … Continue reading

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A day in the life #10 (2011)

Good morning world. And hello mosquito net. How I wish we didn’t have to sleep with each other. First job is to get the fire going. Some embers from my neighbour makes life easier. I was never a boy scout … Continue reading

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2011 Trip part 1

I won’t repeat the back story of when I started coming out here and so on cos in all likelihood this diary will be pretty much a replica of last year’s as it is anyhow. If you are interested then … Continue reading

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