Tuesday, 21 February 2012

A BIG THANK YOU TO ALL THAT SAVED MY LIFE..

Well Yes I got Pneumonia in Sudan and Got to a very bad Hospital in Sudan!
I get very very bad, Lucky for Me that Claire and a few T.D.A staff for getting me onto AMREF (the flying doctors) Plane ride to Nairobi Hospital.
With in 10 mins they said I have Pneumonia and started me on the way to recover, I'm up and walking around again and will be flying home in 1 to 3 weeks.
Tour of Africa is over for me this year.. :-(
 Thank you to, the Flying Doctors, Claire and the few T.D.A. staff that helped me.
A big thank you to Tom Diju Owuor (the Hon. Consul of New Zealand) for coming to see me from time to time (5 to 6 times a week).
Until later have a good day and live life................... :-)

Tuesday, 14 February 2012

Sudan after a day off in the big smoke, I almost deaded

Will north Sudan was great, people so friendly, food very nice.
Than I loosed my EFI two days south of dongle a nice little town. drink too little water the day before and I stopped at the lunch truck (79kms) recover well and ride the next two day in to Khartoum
KHARTOUM IS NOT A VERY NICE CITY!
I looked after a friend one day, the got a temp of 39c that night wake up in a load of pain 12/10 was taking to a Hospital, the be checked out this Hospital was very very close to killing me. I lot work with Claire, TDA staff, and my INS.
Got me onto the Kenya flying Docter to Nairobi Hospital.

A VERY BIG THANK YOU FOR SAFING MY LIFE ALL

They have so far drained off 600cc from my right lung
If I stated in Sudan I wounld be dead.

Thursday, 2 February 2012

Sudan

We all cross the lake into Sudan safe and well.
Sudan is full of the nicest people its a high light so far on the trip.