Late last year, I had 2 months off to work on my house/repair bikes/maintain Nikki’s car/work with Nikki’s dad on the garden and Travel (I was lucky enough to do numerous trips in the UK and visit Andalucia, Namibia and India).
I spent Christmas day in a jeep looking for tigers in India and actually flew home on New Years eve. Once home, I had 1 day to get organised, then started my new job.
My new job involves me working for a software company in Liverpools famous Liverbuilding. Superb, as 3 years ago, I sat in All Bar one, with Steve from Phonak and I remember thinking how much I’d love to work in Liverpool.
The rewards as you can imagine are significant, but people dont give those away for nothing.
Loads of exciting new things to learn, but no free early mornings or lunch houres and when I’m home, I’m desperately trying to set up my old routine and get my house in order/meet up with friends and stuff like that.
I’ve turned the corner, but I just wanted to take a moment and thank the readers of this website.
Each year, I try and make it better then the one before. Last year I succeeded, I must have done at least 1000 exciting things, but the irony is, while your doing those things, you don’t have time to write about them.
For the first time in it’s 17 year history, johnsunter.com hasn’t been updated in a whole 2 months. I’m working to fix that and updating pages on Namibia and other adventures as we speak, but in the meantime thanks for your patience.
Near and far, the search for adventure continues…