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... street. I find it amazing how such small things and simple forms of entertainment can bring them such pleasure. The smiles were amazing and we all laughed a lot.Sami was crowned Mr Grandsons 2014 and you'd of thought he had just won the lottery from the joy on his face! During the dance competition a familiar face walked up the stairs-Ibrahim. He was one of the boys I took to school in January and we were really close. It was a complete surprise to see him as we were expecting it at ...
... By 10:15 everyone was on the travel bus and well on our way.
When we first got there we got suited up before having a safety debriefing. We were asked to do our first dive within the reef for them to assess our ability before venturing into deeper water. During the dives the guides were continually looking for things to point out to us and we saw Reef sharks, giant turtles, lots of eels, barracuda and many many fish. ...
... to Sisters office and said my goodbyes - she was so grateful and even managed to get up from her chair (she doesn't move very far because of her leg) to hug me. I gave her a thank you card and small donation.
As I left, Renson promised me he would never return to the streets and would go to school. I completely believe in this boy and shall be following his progress with interest, as I will with all the boys.
... as I have been busy doing things but today I felt very woozy from being so tired! I think travelling to the school yesterday and the heat have taken it out of me.
The afternoon was spent in town - there is a brilliant shop called Nakumatt which I have come to love! I can see me spending a lot of money in there before I leave.
I hope all is well whereever you are!
Love Sair xxx
... effects of climate change on communities, particularly spread of diseases and poverty. These last two weeks have been rather slow as expected. It is the end of the year and everything has pretty much shut down.
Since I had quite a bit of free time on my hand, I joined my friend in helping him with his musical production of Ipi Tombi, which is a South African musical production - quite fitting in honor of Nelson Mandela's passing away - I joined the back stage team ...