Paul Shaddick comments on a recent trip to Africa that ‘high speed internet is definitely a relative term’. I have to say that I agree with him, though the connection we have here in Senegal is pretty impressive and fairly fast. The only problem is that it loses it’s ability to resolve internet addresses every afternoon and you can only visit big sites like the BBC and Google. Kouya.net falls off the face of the earth for about twelve hours. This means I’ve got to blog before breakfast. All mistakes are lack of caffeine induced.