My husband is a lucky man for a number of reasons (I like to think), but one of the most recent reasons is that he has been working in Timor-Leste for the last few weeks so has been able to do a bit of travelling (even though he’d have me believe he spent most of the time working).
Unfortunately, as he is social media’s number one enemy there is no chance of a blog entry from him, but he did manage to take a few photos – after I’d snuck a camera into his suitcase and then sent him a stern email warning him what would happen if he didn’t use it.
So here are a few reluctant photos with his ‘helpful’ commentary from Dili in Timor-Leste, and then Bali in Indonesia, where he was apparently forced by his boss to stop-over on the way back to Cambodia for some task or other (I told you he’s lucky).
Husband’s commentary “that’s a street in Dili.”
and “that’s the sea.”
“They are boats by the sea.”
“That’s the beach.”
“Cocktail bar. Nice!”
“That’s the sea again.”
“A martini and a memory stick. Long story”
So there you have it. A wonderfully thoughtful and detailed description of Timor-Leste and Bali in the insightful words of my verbally-challenged husband. Who said some men have difficulty communicating?
Tammy & Chris are a couple hailing from Germany and England, meaning between them they are efficient and polite, but unable to talk about football. Find out why they stopped pushing pens around the British civil service to travel the world on their blog.
We are a couple hailing from Germany and England, meaning between us we are efficient and polite, but unable to talk about football. In 2011 we left the rat-race in London behind to work in international development and see the world.