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3 months 2 days ago #655561 by Ian Stone
Isn't that the truth and good thing.  The transition from freedom (weekend) to the grind, is the worst.  


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3 months 2 days ago #655607 by Shen, Jiong Men
I love the grind! 


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3 months 2 days ago #655614 by Hassner
Pinky, my forefathers came to the southern point of Africa in the 1700’s.
I’m from mostly German origin, some french and Dutch influences, but my home language is Afrikaans, the language that originated in the Cape. 
Because of that I can understand some Dutch and Flemish.
The language used by government today is English.


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3 months 2 days ago #655617 by JaneK
Oh wow, your family tree has been there for a long time!  Have you ever lived elsewhere in your life journey?  


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3 months 2 days ago #655623 by Hassner
I lived in Namibia for thirteen years, the country on our north-western border. 


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3 months 1 day ago #655644 by Roger Lang
What sort of internet speed are you all getting over there?


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3 months 1 day ago #655653 by Randy Shaw
I was reading certain areas of Africa have surprisingly high tech centers for being remote areas.  


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3 months 1 day ago #655662 by Don Hatch
That's interesting. 


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3 months 1 day ago #655686 by Hassner
Roger, we got fibre here about a year ago. I took the 5mb up, 10mb down option. 
We have a huge income discrepancy in our country. So the majority of the population only use their phones. 


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3 months 1 day ago #655698 by Ted Helm
Europe is big with their cell phones too aren't they?  I seem to recall last trip there they pushing that.


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3 months 1 day ago #655725 by JaneK

Hassner wrote: I lived in Namibia for thirteen years, the country on our north-western border. 


Was that a far move for you?  When I moved from North Carolina to London, that was nearly a 4,000 mile jump for me.  


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3 months 1 day ago #655728 by Princess Burk
:thumbsup:


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3 months 1 day ago #655766 by Hassner
Pinky, only 1500km, but then I moved to another town, another 360km further. 


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3 months 23 hours ago #655776 by ShutterPal
I'll jump in on this convo, you make it sound so close and short distance!


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3 months 22 hours ago #655777 by Hassner
We drove 1850Km to go on holiday with the family, mostly through the night to avoid the heat.
That adds up to about 20 hours on the road. If it was further, we would have flown, but then you do not have your own car and can only pack a certain weight luggage.


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