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There was an old woman who swallowed a fly (well, not that old, actually)

It’s not the best way to start a day. I really don’t recommend it. In fact I’m trying to avoid writing about it. But I can’t. We’re driving round a bend between two huts. I open the window and say … Continue reading

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Flies, rain and an intimation of tribal tribulations

I wake to clanging and crashing. Turns out it’s our shower, a bucket pulled from the well, the water heated on the range. Feels odd, a bucket shower in the rain. Two pairs of black Dunlops have appeared by the … Continue reading

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