Quando à tarde no trabalho Quero que o tempo passe
Os ponteiros do relógio
Só me dão o tique-taque
Quando eu encontro os amigos
Para tomar um café
A rapidez que não tinha
Pirraça – Vanessa da Mata
Until that time and date, I will be swimming in a sea of work and stress. Then after that… a long awaited twelve day break. These twelve days will be split between my family in South Africa and my girlfriend in London (Odd how two years ago, I was trying to avoid London like the plague and now I see myself returning every few months)
The South African portion of this trip will start off with a bit of a bang! Why? Well I have tickets to watch U2 at the FNB stadium in Johannesburg. I will be joined with my brothers and my friend (and former colleague from Abu Dhabi), Fabio, who is working in Mozambique and is coming over for the concert. However I am really looking forward to just spending time with my family.
A week later I will be in London. Five days with my girlfriend will be exactly what I need before heading back to Libya.
For now though, I shall swim to towards the beach of holiday against the strong current of work!
*English Translation:When I’m at work in the afternoon
I want time to pass by
But the arms on the watch
Simply give me a tick tock
When I meet friends
Time gains the speed it didn’t have
It’s like little prank