Wednesday, 4 April 2007

My postponed safari

As many of you know, the week before last I was set for my Indian safari with my sister, Reena and my friend, Cheryl. To make a REALLY long story short, my trip had to be cancelled at the last minute due to the embassy losing my papers. Quite frankly the whole experience was pretty frustrating and very stressful. So I decided to take a few days off anyway, visit my family here in England and potter around the house. It was pretty good and I hope to reschedule my trip in the future. So sorry for not getting safari pictures for you! I promise to add some of Reena and Cheryl’s pictures when they return.

Tomorrow I am back to regular posting, starting with the latest palaeontology and archeology news.

6 comments:

monado said...

That's very disappointing! I hope you'll be getting a written apology and replacement papers very soon.

Malacoda said...

So I see you've invented a new contraction, 'due to' down to 'do.' There may be a conflict however...

sciencesque said...

That's a shame. I was looking forward to all kinds of awesome photos and stories.

laelaps said...

Wow... that's definitely a shame. No as bad as what happened to Mark and Delia Owens in Eye of the Elephant (the Botswana government ordered them out of the country just as they were starting up their study on Kalahari lions), but I'm sorry you didn't get to go on your trip. I hope your vacation was restful and I look forward to some new posts!

Martin Brazeau said...

Sorry to hear that! Too bad, but hopefully you'll get a chance to go soon enough. But, still, we all welcome the continuation of great posts here!

Sarda Sahney said...

Thanks for all of the feedback, I do hope to have my papers replaced soon. And in the meantime, I will post pictures sent by Reena and Cheryl!