Great story doing the rounds in the international press today. Exactly one year after the death of Osama Bin Laden and it emerges he wasn't cooped up in his compound watching video footage of himself and counting errant cricket balls after all. No, it turns out that in the summer of 2010 Osama attended a tribal family dinner, hosted by someone he didn't know and who had no idea he was coming. A BBC report claims the dinner was held in Waziristan, some 300km away from the compound he called home. The story leaves a few questions unanswered though, how did he get there? By road, surely, it's very unlikely Mr B Laden would have accumulated too many frequent flier miles in the past decade. A quick route planner search - Head toward Murree Rd, continue on to Awami Rd, pass by Mrs Robina Shakeel?!? - reveals Abbottabad is actually 599km north east of Waziristan and ten hours away. How good must the host's chicken curry be to undertake a ten-hour road journey? Apparently though the 54-year old, (really?) arrived in a convoy of a dozen huge SUVs, very stealthlike, shook a couple of hands and began eating like Henry VIII. The host then pressed Bin Laden's hands against his eyes in a gesture of reverence and Osama said he had a very nice night and left rather sharpish, ordering the SUVs to travel in different directions to confuse the host as to which direction he went in.