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... sleeping in the bed over. After a few minutes, I pulled myself out of bed and showered. When I was done, Courtney had woken and was getting ready. We finished packing our items before meeting downstairs with the rest of the group to say goodbye to Traci B. She is staying behind for a few more days and will be meeting her new son, whom she's adopting. She has been in the adoption process for nearly a year and has been granted access ...
... I started crying knowing the week is coming to an end and I will no longer get to see these truly amazing, inspiring people. After we all ate lunch, Jesse drove a few of us to visit the area devastated by the recent flood. We walked through the huge amounts of rubble that are left, often standing where houses once stood. At one point, I stood where a bedroom once was and as I was looking at a boulder just a few feet away, Jesse told me I was standing exactly where the boulder ...
... together for our daily closing. During our discussion, a few of us brought up the fact that many of these teachers have forever changed our lives and are already showing us unconditional love after knowing us only two days. Yet, some of the relationships we work on so hard at home are never as fulfilling as the bonds we have created here. I know I will not leave here without the most amazing memories, lessons, and the strongest of friendships which have been formed in ...
Saturday - February 22, 2014 Today we landed in Bujumbura... Finally! We gathered our bags and walked through the airport to find the most beautiful group of smiling faces waiting for us. The teachers of Discovery School were so incredibly happy we had arrived, they literally lit up the room. We hugged and introduced ourselves as we made our way to the baggage carousel. 27 bags of luggage and two moving boxes full of food later, we piled into the school vans and made our way to ...
Wednesday morning we left with Belle, Evrard and myself to Lake Tanganyika for the Hippo tour. Evrard did not want to join so I used all my persuasion skills to get him on board. The pictures will give a good impression of the result :-).
First on the brown colored river and later we went to the lake. Super.
We spotted quite a few Hippopotamus families. On the way back we also saw a huge green Croc.
Was great fun.
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