I’m sat writing from the capital Bangui waiting for my internal flight back to Zemio. I’ve been a bit silent in the old blogosphere these last three months – a period bookended by two much needed holidays from CAR back to the UK to reconnect with family and friends.
life in the field
As I mentioned in my previous post, being away for Christmas is going to be hard so I'm taking a bit of it with me.
I've packed a few extra things: Marmite, & coffee pot for espresso always come in handy. Mince pies etc to celebrate Christmas with the team far from home!
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