Monday, 26 November 2012

Pagerless, keyless, and phoneless...

Candace and I have a little more than two days before we jet off into the next stage of our life together. By Thursday last week both of us had fully trained our replacements and handed over our pagers, keys, and in my case a cell phone too. It's a strange place to be knowing that the day of our departure is fast-approaching, and yet we have time to relax while we pack. We are in two worlds really. We're still here on the ship, and yet with our primary responsibilities gone, we can look to the future too. It may be strange, but it's a good place to be.

The photos here were taken by our good friend Ali last Wednesday, as we had a photo shoot up by the funnel. Enjoy!

 Candace and I in front of the funnel.
The obligatory shot with the Africa Mercy life ring. :-)

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