Last workday in Namibia

I arrived in Namibia 2 March 2011. Here is my first post (on Swedish) from work. More than four years later…

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Yesterday I was very happy when some of my Namibian colleagues took me out for “brunch” at MoJoe’s (an old favourite!). Thanks Erik, Christine and Mikhail! I will miss you…

Later the same day my ICAO colleagues arranged a farewell dinner at Stellenbosch Wine Bar (another favourite!)…

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Our Project Coordinator Louise with Peter. Both good friends and professionals who have been very important for my work here. Peter has also been a good travel companion in Namibia and outside.LastWorkDay_03

Maimuna, the ICAO expert who has been in Namibia longer than anyone. Always willing to go the extra mile for a colleague!LastWorkDay_04

To the left is Rob who has been here for a few months but is already a very good friend and a respected professional. Dan to the right started working for ICAO the same day we had our dinner! Thanks for coming and good luck Dan!

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Christoph, far left, is one of the ICAO lawyers. Next is Tom, our ICAO business expert doing a very important work preparing for the Namibian Civil Aviation Authority and last but not least comes our persevering and much loved Director. What would Namibia do without her?LastWorkDay_06

Rob and hs lovely wife Ann stayed until late. Thanks for that!

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Not everyone ended up on a photo but my gratitude extends to all who came. Thanks for a fantastic evening with many nice words. I have appreciated my time with you and this evening was a great finale.

Today all the last bits were sorted out, the last items from the office packed and I participated in my last meeting. Goodbye DCA!

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3 Responses to Last workday in Namibia

  1. Tim Bull says:

    Delightful but sad to see your farewell dinner. Jude and I would love to have been there. Love and best wishes to a dear colleague and his delightful, special family as they embark on life’s next chapter.

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