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May 22, 2014

Gitti and Bernie’s Wedding in Valpolicella, Italy

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My old friend Bernie Ager finally got married to his lovely fiancee Gitti after more than 10 years staying together.

Definitely not having passed the easiest two years of their live, we all celebrated their wedding in the lovely village called

Corrubbio in the Valpolicella area close to Verona, Italy.


The location was stunning, and we all had a good time meeting friends who are working and living

around the globe, many of them in the airline business.

April 16, 2014

Hello world!

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August 29, 2013

Quote Post

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When this happens, normally I grab a coffee to help get the ideas flowing, but for the last few days in Montreal, no one’s been allowed to drink the water due to a bacteria leakage, which also means, no coffee.

Tiny women carry amazingly large bags, twice their eighty-pound weight. Some of the women carry babies in slings around front. A good adult picker can harvest over two hundred pounds of cherries and earn $8 a day, more than twice the Guatemalan minimum daily wage.

August 17, 2013

Travelling Quote

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Nice people, nice places, great thinks to do and good coladas. Planning our trip, we had two flight options from Cape Town – either direct on Air Mauritius or via Joburg on SAA. Flying direct with Air Mauritius meant that we would leave Cape Town in the afternoon and arrive at our hotel in Mauritius past midnight.


The island of Mauritius was first discovered by Arab sailors, at some time in the 9th century, the exact date is unknown. At that time the island was uninhabited and covered in a dense forest. The Arab sailors were not interested in settling on the island which they named Dina Arobi or Dinarobin. Diogo Fernandes Pereira, a Portuguese sailor found the island in 1505 and decided to give it the name of Cerne. However, the Portuguese did not settle permanently on the island either.

The first to colonise the island were the Dutch. They took possession of the island in 1598. The Dutch settlers landed on a bay in the south-eastern part of the island which was namedWarwyck Haven after the commander VanWarwyck, the bay is now known as Grand Port. Mauritius also got its name during this period; the island was named after the Prince of Holland Mauritz de Nassau.

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