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Didn't get to take many photos but wow, just wow. An amazing experience. We were greeted by Andrea and in the space if 5 minutes Gen was running down with a group f kids to play in the mud and the river Andrea's house is amazing. Can't believe it's a mud house. Really great feeling to it and the place is full of volunteers preparing for completing the building of the typhoon shelter. The kids all got colouring and dinner was cooked. Mosquito net up and on the way to ...
... and the wind was blowing sheeting through the windows. Some of the older kids held plywood against the windows while we picked up all the books and put them on the tables, literally holding the wood with their entire body weight.
By the time we had the books picked up and my computer in a safe place there were quite a few scared, chilled to the bone, kids huddled together. I put the mat down in the corner (unfortunately it ...
... all their smiling faces once again and continue working towards a more efficient and useful community program for the whole village.
Until this weekend, I will be sleeping and working.
Thanks for your continued support over the past few months and years for that matter. It was lovely to speak with so many people back home who reminded me while I continue writing about my experiences.
... more clothing distribution, this time for the teens.
This weekend the kids were able to play with a handful of new toys from Badminton to Checkers, and they were beyond elated to enjoy the toys while my favorite group of mothers prepared the feeding.
Today I decided to have another team competition with the kids using the white boards, spelling again With some bonus points for knowing what the words actually meant. My boss's wife was nice enough to donate some of ...
Next week will be my 2 months anniversary at Project Leyte. So far it has been an excellent experience - we work hard, we see results, we mingle with the locals, we do things together with the AHV family and we step away for some private time. I work mainly at the temporary housing site in Sto Nino perfecting the art of laying wood floor boards to produce a perfectly fitting floor. This is always a ...