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That evening Liz, Hannah, Alex, Mum, Ollie and me went out to an English Bar in Osu and we had a few cocktails and food. It was so lovely to chat with them and to spend some more time with them after everything that they had done for us. Ollie had one cocktail too many and was very 'drunk'. In the taxi home he was staring at the driver with his tongue hanging out of his mouth! My mum and Hannah were dying ...
... and after agreement of the rate, the counting began. Looking rather anomalous to the scene, Izzy and Lewis carefully counted, while the money changers flicked speedily through the notes. It's funny how under such pressure, counting suddenly becomes remarkably difficult. With some relief, we were then able to split the cash evenly amongst the team. We went back to the mall and met up with Thilak and Joe, the two gap year students from KGS ...
... the orphanage finished first. I’m going to give him some of my money- whatever I have left at the end of my time here. It won’t be much but hopefully it will help.
It’s been a very very big week and it will only get bigger- saying goodbye to three other volunteers this week is going to be tough as they have really become my family here but by Thursday we will welcome some new faces and I’m excited for that too.
Bye-bye (as they would say ...
... me!" as he summersaults into the water.
I drop the towels and goggle, but still holds onto the raft, when I decide to imitate him, throwing a "Titi watch me!" as I jump into the pool. I land on top of the raft with a big smile, but instantly, I realise that my iPhone is still in my pocket!
I get off immediately but it is too late. I killed the phone, with Franks number in it... I tell Andrea when she comes back and she is not impressed with me. Me neither. I decide to ...
... It has all the elements of S.M.A.R.T but when applied to pre-teens and teenagers...It's another story!
Interestingly, before we take off each day, designated chaperones have the fun job of going round all the rooms to see what the children have left behind after 'packing'. The items range from boxers, toothbrushes, trousers, wallets, cellphones, etc. These items form the goods for our mock auction which holds immediately ...