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... we are taking a few days to relax and pack before going back home to Canada. As we extended our contract another year, this marks the potentially half-point of our African adventure.
It will be interesting to see how we relate to Canada, how we handle the cold, and also how the kids will take it.
I join a few pictures from this past 6 months.
... on strike so her flight has been cancelled from Sunday to Thursday however she is happy as she gets four more days with us so she will be heading back to the volunteer house when we leave on Sunday . Yeah looking forward to spending a few more days with her. Heading back to the room about 10.00pm as shattered from surfing looking forward to tomorrow reggae dancers and laying on the Beach all day it's a hard life being a volunteer ...
Halfway in Ghana...
A sad reality hit this week when I realised on Monday that I was halfway into my time in Ghana. Some days it feels like it was an entire lifetime since I left home but others feels like a blink of the eye. I've achieved a lot since I’ve been here but there is so much more I want to do before it’s my time to move on.
After saying some very sad goodbyes to volunteers Claire, Noelle and Becki it was time to welcome the new ones ...
... t going right, when I didn't feel validated in what I was trying to achieve, when I felt lost and out of control, when all I wanted was to come home and give up, I needed them. I needed all the things they had always done, just on a larger scale and deeper level. Although I was willing and eager to take on the world and make a difference on my own, I wasn't fully equipped or ready to do it without them. And even though I chose to go to other end of the world ...
... and has been created by a canadian woman Marie-Eve and her partner Mohammed.
Link to the DUNK page :
So on Saturdays, Nathan goes there and gives two hours of his time with these kids. He teaches them Chess, coaches them in basketball or reads them stories. The important thing is that he comes, weeks after weeks.
After he told me about it, he invited me to join him. He knew ...