Monthly Archives: December 2012

This is how I travel… (in Delhi)

After arriving in Delhi it has been a wonderful time working and learning from the UNICEF India polio team. We spoke to the BCCI and PCB (the cricketing bodies for India and Pakistan) to see how we can work together … Continue reading

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Why your girlfriend breaking up with you is a great thing…

This is in no way written out of spite. The break up with my girlfriend last year was great for both of us and I am NOT in anyway bitter, twisted or regretful. It was always about what it was … Continue reading

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Bye Pakistan, Hi India!

It a cool morning where I can see my breathe on the inside of the train. I’m on the ‘super’ express to Delhi from the NE Punjab state having just left Pakistan yesterday. Last thoughts from Pakistan I think it … Continue reading

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When in Pakistan…

You know you are in Pakistan when… The formality and politeness would make the queen blush – this could have something to do with being Australian and very informal! Telephone infrastructure is better than the west as it is made … Continue reading

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The reaction to Malala in Pakistan – my perspective…

The sentiment of Malala’s shot to the head from the Taliban was felt first and foremost by the people in her own country in Pakistan where I have been lucky to spend the past 5 weeks. There was outrage, quietly … Continue reading

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