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Travel Blogs from Limbe
... There was a paved patio with a bar at the entrance, a dock where you could pay to participate in water sports, and a roped off area for swimming. Of course, we immediately swam under the ropes, and no one said a word. We tossed a baseball and a frisbee, swam, and looked for shells. A few of the girls paid for a ride on a giant inflatable banana boat that gets pulled behind a boat, but the guys and I took a nap on the beach. Actually, Ari ...
... I wanted to see change.
I also found myself thinking: “All of what I am saying seems so obvious, is it even helping?”. It is true the outcome and the things that needed to change are simple, in some way obvious, but can be something easy to forget. Just think about when you go to a doctor and you walk out just as clueless as when you walked in. The doctor might not have explained your condition in easy terms, or even at all, and it is ...
... she really is great
and honest) and to work for God. Not the usual work place attitude I am used to.
The workshop was simple, easy to understand and I think effective so far.
After the meeting Sister Leonarda also announced that the afternoons would now
be there for self study and not napping, but it seems that this has not come to
be effective yet. The afternoons are quite hot and it’s difficult to motivate
yourself. I ...
... I realize that I enjoy sharing knowledge through means of teaching.
This is a short week of work for me and Karina. Karina caught a simple form of Malaria, but she is better now and went back to work today. It seems that many people get Malaria here! I am not at work today as I guess the heat, food, climate or whatever else gives my body a hard time. I am feeling better and am now able to at least update everyone. ...
... We win, we receive our passports, and keep driving. Back at mile 17, the big junction where you change taxi to get to a different part of town, we find our other friends and try to get into the next taxi. It’s all a bit exhausting and unreal, yet a small adventure.
First days at ARCH
Monday I went to work at ARCH for the first time. Karina, another physio volunteer took me along. I was greeted by everyone. We start every day with some singing and a small ...