We are up country with the wife visiting one of her patients. To my delight have found internet access at a speed twice as fast as Hutton in a very remote area. So perhaps it is Hutton which has a touch of the Third World rather than Ghana (the potholes are familiar). A bloggee has sent me advice on how to remain anonymous on the net. Too late dear RA of Embura I fear-the Mail on Sunday has put paid to that, at least in the Merse and amongst the 5 or six regular readers of that rag. But I suppose amongst the blogship further afield some figleafs of anonymity remain. One indignant reader quoted by the M on S said he/she was sick and tired of reading it=so why do so? If it gives him/her so much pain the antidote is simple-click start and then turn off or turn to more edifying fare. It is not hard to find-the Mos S website for example if you are really that desperate. But enough. Back to the Volta Lake shrimps and the ice cold Star beer. Hardships and how to cope with them! THe story of Huttonians life. And oh yes its his birthday too.