That, dear readers, finally brings us up to the present moment, which sees Sophie and I lying in a small campsite in a corner of Jo’Berg airport that was quiet at 12pm the night before but is now quite a major thouroughfare. We have spent the night here, waiting since our Harare flight yesterday for our unconnectable Buenos Aires flight. I have spent most of the time finally writing up the previous posts. Apart from a couple more adventures that we managed to fit in, and Sophie will be writing up, I am finally current with the blog! I’ll be doing my best to keep it that way.
As I sit here watching passersby glancing at our little camp in surprise, disapproval or surprised disapproval, I am wondering what Buenos Aires will bring. We haven’t yet managed to arrange a place to stay, with more important tasks like uploading photos having taken internet priority so far and we haven’t any contacts there either. I am really hoping that they are into the whole “wireless for everyone” thing, unlike Africa which is still getting over the novelty of having internet at all and thinks it can charge ridiculous amounts for it.
Oooh, look at that! We should be checking in. It’s amazing how complacent one can become about check in times after killing time for twenty hours…

That, dear readers, finally brings us up to the present moment, which sees Sophie and I lying in a small campsite in a corner of Jo’Berg airport that was quiet at 12pm the night before but is now quite a major thouroughfare. We have spent the night here, waiting since our Harare flight yesterday for our unconnectable Buenos Aires flight. I have spent most of the time finally writing up the previous posts. Apart from a couple more adventures that we managed to fit in, and Sophie will be writing up, I am finally current with the blog! I’ll be doing my best to keep it that way.

As I sit here watching passersby glancing at our little camp in surprise, disapproval or surprised disapproval, I am wondering what Buenos Aires will bring. We haven’t yet managed to arrange a place to stay, with more important tasks like uploading photos having taken internet priority so far and we haven’t any contacts there either. I am really hoping that they are into the whole “wireless for everyone” thing, unlike Africa which is still getting over the novelty of having internet at all and thinks it can charge ridiculous amounts for it.

Oooh, look at that! We should be checking in. It’s amazing how complacent one can become about check in times after killing time for twenty hours…