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African Adventure

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African Adventure Day 2: Johannesburg Recap

Sitting at the JoBurg airport awaiting my flight to Dar el Salaam in Tanzania. It has been an unbelievably busy week thus far. As always I had the greatest of intentions to keep up to date on what is going … Continue reading

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African Adventure Day 1: Johannesburg Recap

We finally arrive after what felt like an eternity in transit which included about an hour by car. The hotel, The Southern Sun Hyde Park is a beautiful, modern hotel with spectacular views from each window. The afternoon was for … Continue reading

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African Adventure: Posts from Alex

Sooo, I must first apologize for not keeping up with my blogging duties. Quick Recap – We are working with Columbia University’s ICAP division in Africa, installing, setting up and training at 7 different countries. After a 30 hour home … Continue reading

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On Our Way

So here we are on the second leg of the journey, from London to Johannesburg. It’s about 5:30pm at home (10:30 on the plane) and I find myself between Alex and Joe, AGAIN, on this leg. I really should have … Continue reading

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Shots, Shots, Shots, Shots

This trip is finally becoming a reality. Today we had the pleasure of our first round of shots for this adventure project. Joe selected a specialist downtown that was gracious enough to come in on his day off to help … Continue reading

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African Adventure – Logistics

We are several weeks away from our confirmed start date of May 8 and we need to finalize the cost and decide who would be going. After careful consideration, I decide that I, of course, would need to go. Alex … Continue reading

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African Adventure – Just a few last details

Weeks go by, Craig is on vacation, and I head out for a week to California for an Advisory Council meeting, than a few days exploring San Francisco. On Wednesday, March 23rd, I receive an email from Craig, responding to … Continue reading

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African Adventure – The Brainstorming Session

Craig and I finally connected on the afternoon of the seventh.  As he mentioned in his message representatives, including the programs global financial people were going to be in town.  This would be a great opportunity for them to discuss, … Continue reading

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African Adventure – Losing Hope

Five days pass, I have a contact name and the best number to reach him. I try to call several more times to no avail, not even a voice mail to leave a message. A few more emails, no response … Continue reading

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African Adventure – How it all got started

March is the time of year when PNATC typically begins the slow transition from the sheer and utter madness of what was our 4-month busy season to the more manageable, organized chaos of spring and summer.  This year was no … Continue reading

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