Sooo as the title says, I am currently delayed. Its getting slightly frustrating, as this is the second delay to leave. I am in Ottawa right now, tomorrow being the earliest we can leave, though I highly doubt it'll happen. The land we are purchasing for the hospital site is owned by a man currently incarcerated, and we need to confirm a few details before we can go ahead with the construction. Its just a minor setback, which I think will just make the project that much more beneficial. The anticipation is satisfying to a certain degree. As I wait for 'the call', I have been occupying my time with some video games, photography and the accompanying editing, Christmas movies and take-out. Ah the life of a traveler. Oh and I have been introduced to a new show; 'Band of Brothers'. Its a TV series drama based on a troop of close men who fought together in the second World War, but its really well done. Its one of those shows you can escape into, like most people find themselves doing this bleak time of year. Im really excited at the thought of soccer year round this year, especially with the children. Not to forget enjoying the hot sun and cool nights of the African Great Lakes, but many of my friends in Ottawa are snowboarders with passes and condos and Im pretty jealous of the idea they will spend another winter riding at the mountains, while I sit out. But who am I kidding...right? Aside from dwelling I am also planning whats happening after my Rwandan contract, and Im thinking Costa Rica for a few weeks; I have two traveling buddies who will be there around then. I know my June and July will be in South Africa for the WORLD CUP!! Pretty excited. Im hoping to land a nice gig covering it. We'll see. There will be plenty of posts about that to come... We're having a get together for a close friends birthday tonight, so that should be fun. Its always nice to be back visiting friends, and Ottawa is pretty much what I would call home for now (until I find that new place...) so I am enjoying myself, however I am really looking forward to getting on that tarmac.
In this new found spare time, I have also started to learn French Swahili and Kinyarwanda and start the other blog Ive been waiting too long to get going. It chronicles one of my other passions; hitchhiking. I would really recommend it, as its some stuff seldom seen or talked about these days...
Well thats it for now, the lifestyle of lazy is-a-calling me again, so Im going to go and take care of the couch, I guess she must be lonely or something..
Ill be back.>in militant German accent.<