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... on how long this lasts Zambia may do a similar thing. I assumed this power outage was something that occurred every year around this time, but this is actually the first year it has happened. Glad I won't be here for the full outage, but really feeling for the people here and how hard it will be. This was our last week of summer school, so starting Monday we will only have the smaller kids. Inside her home they will be running a daycare for babies, and the classroom will ...
... told us she has been praying and praying to have people come to help her class of kids learn. She lives in the structure and we teach outside. The classroom is in her backyard off of a sandy dirt road. There is a blackboard under the trees and that is about it. She has three small tables and plastic chairs that seem to be on their last leg. They don't have paper, a pencil sharpener, coloring books, or any worksheets. A blackboard, chalk, and pencils is it. The ages of students are ...
... we could see the glint of eyes shining back at us. They were only Impala (we think) but it was so scary. Also the stars were absolutely spectacular. I have never seen anything like it. There were so many & they were so clear & vivid. After enjoying a drink & some good conversation around the campfire we settled into our tents for the night. They were quite luxurious tents, we had a little bed & some crisp white sheets & a very good doona - I woke up ...
... tactics Stevo, pirate camouflage, dressing like a tour operator. l have a stomach ache, always trust your gut’
‘Maybe its Bovu Island’ said Steve
We kept our distance, passing them, beyond the spit of the island. Looking back we suddenly saw Melissa and Tracy waving from the bank.
‘Its the girls!’ said Steve
‘Do you think they’ve been captured too?’ I asked
We were greeted with ...
... the front feet had been. Fabio explained that this is to be sure they're stepping somewhere safe - if the front feet had 'tested the ground' and it was ok, it was good for the back feet too, thus one pair of footprints.
I didn't know that elephants usually die from starvation as a result of losing their teeth in old age. No teeth, can't eat, so they considerately take themselves off to an 'elephant graveyard' to die quietly without troubling the rest of the herd. Fabio said ...