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... than one! We worked every American connection we could find and we finally arranged housing in Malabo with a community organization with programs in education and healthcare. They have promised to help us visit the schools they work with & they're even picking us up from the airport! We'll stay in Malabo for 3 weeks. If we are allowed, we will take short trips outside the city as well.
Then we will travel ...
... to the mainland, arriving in the largest mainland city of Bata. We will spend one day touring the city before contracting a guide to lead us through Monte Alen National Park. This park is a protected area of over 500 square miles that includes mountains, rivers, lakes, rainforest, and the possibility of sighting gorillas, chimpanzees, forest elephants, crocodiles and many other African animals. We hope to spend several days touring this area to see as much wildlife ...
... at "The Ladybug Project," which organizes
on-the-ground experiences for students and volunteers. After a few weeks
in Malabo, she will embark on a two-week tour throughout Equatorial
Guinea. Roughly the size of Maryland, the country consists of a mainland
section and five islands. Before returning home, she will extend her
layover in Spain and tour Barcelona, Pamplona and Madrid. She will
arrive in Pamplona in time to ...
I'm not sure what day it is today. I think it's our sixth ride day? Maybe? We rode from Chapel Hill to Winston-Salem; it was 85-ish miles. Today was a good day. It was long and hard but it was a good day. I got my first flat tire! So that's big news. I was with a group of like ten other people and we were playing in the hay and I think my tired snagged a thorn or something. Mary, one of our group leaders, helped me change it. So that was a fun experience. We had a long lunch in the ...
... and Sam, two of our leaders, and their cheery selves and some good conversation made me feel much better, more alive and awake. We stopped to play on some hay bales before cruising into lunch around mile 40. By this time, I felt a lot better. I made another stop with Taylor, Annie, Lorraine, and Kim (an alumna) for a bathroom break and some scratch ...
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