Long Weekends, Short Weekends

On Friday night our school had it’s annual fundraising gala.  Gav is kind of in charge of it, although one of the people he works with has a lot of experience in event management and does most of the planning.  Gav is in charge of the running of the evening and is the master of ceremonies, so the run-up to and night of is kind of stressful for him.  It went fantastically though and now he can breathe a big sigh of relief that it is over for another year!

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The Virus

Well the old coronavirus severity has really ramped up since I was laughing about it on here a few weeks ago.  I don’t know what the atmosphere is like in the rest of the world, but here in South East Asia people are starting to take some rather drastic steps to curb its spread.  Continue reading “The Virus”

Birthdays & other things

The other day a friend of ours, Liz, treated me to a birthday extravaganza. This was literally months in the planning which was done with Lindsey. Two other friends of ours went along for the ride initially but had no idea of the plans. The first step was a crossword puzzle which when completed had to be viewed with a black light to reveal our first destination. Liz hired a driver for the day which is a new feature on Grab (the Asian version of Uber). You basically pay by the hour and can have a decent size and quality of car. You literally order a driver for 8 hours or so minutes before you need them, quite amazing.

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Yangon by bike…

That should be ‘Yangon by e-bike’.  Last year in October we rented e-bikes at Ankor Wat in Cambodia.  They were fairly low powered and ideally had to be charged during the day to keep them going well.  We both loved riding around on them and Cambodian driving though seemingly nuts is actually quite calm so it was a great experience. Continue reading “Yangon by bike…”

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