Making sweet music
Today I had the pleasure of meeting Vic from my friends list. We had a diet coke at the Slug & Lettuce in Islington, and she presented me with two Indian flutes. One is played like a usual flute, while the other is played like a recorder.

The recorder style one is easier. In fact, I successfully played that old school favoutite Eye Level! It has a lovely mellow tone to it, very meditative. As for the more traditional flute - I'll have to grow longer fingers! Playing that beastie requires a certain discipline.

Thank you Vic for your kindness. Do enjoy your next assignment in Liberia, and I can only hope that an internet connection will be possible!
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