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... expecting. To be honest, all our comparisons were going to be made to our volunteering in Thailand, THAILAND – a developing country – that charged half the price, and so far I was extremely disappointed. We were then taken into the entrance building where about 8 members of staff were sat, some drinking (baring in mind it was 4pm and in the info they said no alcohol allowed) and asked to sign the indemnity forms. This was our chance to speak up so we ...
While I was home over the holidays, my little sister Jenna really wanted to figure out a way she could help and/or meet my 10th graders at Masinyusane. Together, we came up with the idea of starting a Pen Pal program between her 7th grade classmates and my students. We decided on the name "Uhambo to Friendship." My sister even drew out the logo she had in mind for the program and I just worked it out on the computer. I couldn't ...
... and we met some other students at their favourite cafe "Friends" by the shopping centre. It's free wifi there which is why they go...! And apparently the burgers are great? Kitchen was closed when we got there so I couldn't sample the burgers for myself so I snacked on a sandwich from a shop nearby. Planning to do karaoke tonight at Barneys - I flipping love karaoke.
HOWEVER. Ended up massively changing our plans. We ate our dinner and were ready to ...
... of the day sitting in the car in our pants whilst poor Tony drives us round, leaning forwards to try to peer past the fog our sodden clothes are generating.
On our last night together Wigeon take us out for a lovely meat feast dinner to celebrate our birthdays (which I am pretty sure they forgot ;) Luckily we all know its not actually the thought that counts, its the present and a platter of Warthog ribs, Gemsbok, Ostrich and Crocodile was a feast to remember.
... had two assemblies, one for grades 8 and 11 and the other for grades 9 and 10. We were already there early, so we set the school’s hall up with chairs and tested the video and sound, and were ready to go by the time students started pouring in. And when I say pouring, I mean that literally; they just kept coming. Before I realized it, all the chairs we had set out, which were all the ones the hall had available, were full, and the students ...
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