Waking up in London and going to bed in Malaga

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Good Day My Friends,

How is your world treating you? As well as mine, which is fantastic, I hope.

Every day this week I have awoken in my bed in Moshi, Tanzania, East Africa, I have got up and spent a couple of  hours writing or researching class material then I have washed and dressed. Here is the problem, getting dressed. Because I go to work in England and I come home in Spain!

The reality of the weather now is that I leave the house on a typical February day in London, (grey, chilly, cloudy and a high chance of rain) and I return mid-afternoon on a June day in Malaga with the sun bathing me in all her beauty and temperatures of around mid to late twenties. It is the weirdest thing ever, but on a technical note it does make the “what to wear decision” a complex one…

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2 thoughts on “Waking up in London and going to bed in Malaga

    gillswriting said:
    July 11, 2014 at 11:06 am

    Aww thanks once again Jo. I really really do appreciate your re blogs and the exposure they bring. PS have three new neighbours from SA, great people and threatening to braii! Keep happy my friend xx

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      jorobinson176 responded:
      July 11, 2014 at 12:53 pm

      Pleasure Gill! These last couple of months have been a bit wild and woolly for me what with one thing and another, so I’m late, late, late, catching up with all the blogs and things. Fantastic that you’re going to braai with some good old South Africans – have a toast with virtual me! It’s so wonderful to see your work bearing fruit – I just know that it’s just going to get better and better there. XXXX

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