Well, as with everything in
Thursday was pretty quiet at college, most of the students and instructors had left a day early to go to their families. The actual public holiday for Good Friday was the next day, but with transport like it is, most people probably had to leave to make sure they got home in time. Sunday is the big celebration here. I’m not sure whether that’s for religious reasons, or because none of them have had any meat for 40-60 days, fasting for lent and Sunday is the big feast day. The sheep population in
Last night it rained pretty continuously. The small hole in my roof seems to be dripping in the same position and only during very heavy bursts. The rain is bringing waves of insects. There have been waves of beetles, and last night it was like a battlefield with many struggling or dead beetles on the ground in the house. The ants are very useful at clearing away the corpses though – I remember reading somewhere that without ants, the place would be piled high with animal remains. The noise from the mozzies is incredible. There must be loads hiding somewhere as the cocophony of whining is pretty loud at dusk. Tonight there is a cloud of some small winged insects about. I wonder what will be next?