Number 1: stay at home If only I had followed that rule. Alas, yesterday I felt the need to venture out of my warm and quiet flat to do some shopping – which in itself takes quite a lot to get me to do [venture out, that is]. What most people won’t guess is that … Continue reading An introvert’s guide to Menlyn
A rare and wonderful phenomenon happened today - after 3 cups of the kind of tea you promise yourself after which you'll begin studying properly - as I sat down and opened ClickUP and my Anaesthesiology block schedule. I had mentally prepared myself to commence with the 'blockly' game of match-the-terribly-coordinated-lecture-slides-with-the-misnamed-lectures-on-the-schedule-then-cry-and-give-up [after which an email goes … Continue reading If you have nothing nice to say…
After being back in the rat-race for a week, Afrikaburn seems like it was years ago. It is frightening how highly adaptable one is to their surroundings, and how easy it is to fall into whichever routine or set of demands that one is presented with. If anything is clear, however, it’s that the culture … Continue reading Let’s go inferno!
Trying to describe my first time at Afrikaburn using words would be like trying to taste music, or to hear colour, or to see speech. It would be like ordering sushi at a burger joint [not okay...for those still confused]. A description would capture but a shadow of what I experienced in the vibe and … Continue reading Burn baby, burn!