Well I think I can safely put this blog back to bed again, at least for a few weeks before I go travelling else where. I had at some point thougt about continuing the blog whilst back in England, but it really would digress in to me complaining about the price of food in M&S and Natwests inability to add two numbers. I'll let you know here if I plan to keep another blog with such stirring matters.
It's Monday morning and I'm back in the office on regular Greenwich Mean Time. No body else is in yet and as far as I know they could be out courting customers all day. Eitherway, I've reclaimed my desk, which leaves me wondering where the new guy Richard sits... I guess I'll find out soon enough.
My flight back was ok in retrospect. I guess there is an advantage of flying regularly as after a while you know what to expect. The flight from Vancouver to London was pretty much average. A group of British tourists were on the flight, the sort of Thrill Seekers sect of Grey-Top-Blue-Rinse tours. They were less than happy when the 20 year old student sitting next to me piped up and introduced himself as completely wasted and intent on drinking through out the whole flight. I was going to stay quiet and hope he went away, but after I realised the other people on the plane were scouling at him, I insisted he tell me all about his various activities and drunken escaspades in great detail. Loudly. So that was quite fun. Anyway, he literally passed out 30 mins in to the flight and slept through dinner and two films. I did have to guide him through Passport control, baggage claim and customs though. I'm glad I did cus he almost got lost getting off the plane.
As promised, I went in to the school to see the caretakers and ponce a lift off mum, hardly to my advantage as staying on the bus would have meant I would carry/drag my bags for 20 minutes less.
Right, well Richard has arrived and he's using Craigs desk as Craig is on holiday for two weeks. I'm sure you all really wanted to know that. I'm going to sign off now, so I'll speak to you all soon when I'll b on my next adventure to Holland!
-Kevin (K2, KFed)