Title: John and Dinah with VSO in Namibia (Namibia)

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Untitled - 17/Dec/2009 16:03 - 4735 days ago
Our multi-party send-offWe had no less than 3 goodbye parties with the VSOs in the region. One of them was in Mpungu and a compl...
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Untitled - 04/Oct/2009 09:48 - 4809 days ago
These pictures belong with the post 'arrival of the Douglas family', but due to technical hitch got separated!! Looking forward...
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another wonderful African holiday! - 09/Sep/2009 10:06 - 4834 days ago
We have just had a wonderful holiday here (again very memorable). Much needed after an exhausting finish to last term battling ...
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Untitled - 02/Aug/2009 12:19 - 4872 days ago
This last couple of weeks has been a test of our self-discipline! There have been all the usual frustrations and a few extra bo...
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Untitled - 04/Jul/2009 17:01 - 4901 days ago
I am also putting on the photos of S Africa from my last blog!!...
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Untitled - 04/Jul/2009 16:47 - 4901 days ago
PRESIDENT POHAMBA VISITS MPUNGUAnd very interesting it was too. He came to preside over a SWAPO rally. SWAPO are the ruling pa...
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Untitled - 07/Jun/2009 14:53 - 4928 days ago
I really don't know where to begin. Our lives in Mpungu are continuing almost as a background to all the dramatic events that k...
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Long term - 09/Apr/2009 05:03 - 4987 days ago
We tragically lost my nephew, Will, last month after his long battle with cancer. As we have already been home 3 times and seen ...
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Untitled - 28/Feb/2009 10:21 - 5027 days ago
Here are the coppery-tailed coucal, red-headed weaver, white backed night heron (quite rare), white-fronted bee-eater, blue-chee...
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Untitled - 28/Feb/2009 10:21 - 5027 days ago
Here are the coppery-tailed coucal, red-headed weaver, white backed night heron (quite rare), white-fronted bee-eater, blue-chee...
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