I’m flying to Dubai today, and that’s got me quite excited.
Travelling is exciting anyway, but Dubai is especially thrilling.
Reason: Loads of ANC-related people seem to have gone to Dubai in the past, and returned with lavish gifts, bonuses, jobs and property. (Not literally property, obviously, but the legal documentation thereof.)
Now, I’m not an ANC-related person, but I really don’t see how this will adversely affect my chances of hitting the big time in the commercial hub of the Middle East. It seems to me that all I have to do is attend a meeting that I will thereafter swear never took place, say yes to the right people, and suddenly Atul and Ajay are my metaphorical uncles.
Ker – if you’ll bear with me for one more moment – Ching.
I can’t wait. I might even take a R600m bribe
if when I’m offered it.
Well, it’d be rude and wholly ethical not to, wouldn’t it?
And I’d hate to be rude.
I’ll be back presently, and in the meantime, blog posts will obviously continue, as they always do. Once I’m completely captured, I’ll be able to travel a lot more to Dubai, launching 6000.ae before potentially retiring there and avoiding numerous criminal charges.
Impunity and immunity can like to be my middle names.
I mean, have you seen their extradition policy with SA?
After taking/seeing this image of my daughter amidst the flowers on the coastline at L’Agulhas, I have had The Beta Band’s Squares as an earworm.
And yes, you do know the song – you just don’t know that you know it.
As for the flowers. LOADS of them. Spectacular.
Just leaving this here.
Oh no. Wouldn’t it be awful if there was some sort of previously unforeseen problem with the election process for a new ANC leader and we were stuck with Jacob Zuma for an (as yet unspecified) further period of time?
Mmm. Anyway… as you were.
I’m tired. I mean really tired.
So please just enjoy this image of some terns I took at Rasper Punt in the Agulhas National Park this morning and I’ll explain the rest tomorrow.
Extra marks and possible bonus points will be awarded for anyone who can identify the terns in the photo. But if you’re struggling a bit, don’t worry – so am I.
What with one thing or another (but mainly one thing), we haven’t been able to get down to Agulhas for too long. I remedied that today, by hitting first the R316 and then the R319.
Spring has sprung here and it’s good to be back.
We did lunch in our favourite pub, walked on our favourite beach, and collected bags and bags of our favourite plastic waste as our part of that Big Beach Cleanup thing that I can’t find a link to right now.
If the clouds stay away, I might even play with the camera after dark. Or alternatively I might play with some brandy.
Either way: it’s a winner.