IT'S 5 A.M. and i'm awake in anticipation of my 5.30 wake up call. ann and i have to leave at 7.15 to go out to an international school. it'll be nice to talk to english speaking kids - the sessions and all afternoon workshops over the weekend were really tiring, speaking through a translator and trying to keep some kind of order with about 12 little kids all cutting paper and using glue sticks that were running out, there were bright feathers and silver doyleys and other stuff all over the place, but sunday was a better
day than saturday.
we were all bushed last night, but had a good dinner here. no one even considers going any further afield, we're all too tired and the air is getting thicker and thicker, it's