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... and take them the next day.
We sat and chatted to the boys while they were preparing lunch - rice and beans. This is a long winded process that took about 2 hours. They are simply left to their own devices to get on with cooking and do everything from preapring the charocal to cook on, to getting the water from the well, to the actual cooking. It was a great way to get to know them and their daily lives. At the same time one of the boys ...
... is to feel sorry for these people. I see how they live day by day, scrounging for food and enough money to get through the next week. I see children playing in the dirt and garbage and their siblings watching after them. I see poverty, death and dispair, yet there is something else. After coming to the slums a few times now, I don't feel that overwhelming sadness. I don't feed sad because I am hardened, but because I am aware. I am aware that the ...
... arrival, we notice a welcome board - 'Mr and Mrs Smith we hope you enjoy your honeymoon.' A very nice touch. We are then escorted to our room, where a hand made archway (made just for us) welcomes us in. We have a heart shaped design of pink petals on the bed, and a cold bottle of bubbly waiting for us. We are also handed a free massage voucher. Suddenly, this feels like a honeymoon. Here's to a happy life together Mrs ...
... here for about 12 days and experienced Kigali, Rwinkwavu, the national museum in Butare, the Nyungwe rainforest where we saw a huge waterfall and 20-30 colobos monkeys, and Lake Kivu, where we travelled to Amahoro Island and Napolean island (the island with 4 million bats). It was awesome having them here, joking, laughing, eating, meeting my friends here, and them seeing what life is like for me. They really enjoyed all parts of the trip. My dad especially enjoyed ...
... m sorry you're sent left over $h!t food that even farmers wont' even feed to their animals." This is typical of "aid relief" unfortunately. I had prior knowledge of this, but it was the first time, I had ever been with someone on the receiving end of it. There are SO many uses for soy but they don't have the capacity to process and fully benefit from them.
My scholars arrived today. One kid- this is his first time out of the ...