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... to Botswana but I’m not sure I’m just going to see how things go. (go with the flow kind of thing)
I’m going to do an internship for projects abroad human rights office which is part of my study Applied psychology were I will be involved in educating people about human rights, coaching in a prison for juveniles which will mostly contain talking about alcohol and drug abuse and organizing workshop for young women in a shelter. A heck of ...
I am about to leave for my next adventure to Africa. The plan is RSA, Zim, Zam, Botswana, Mozambique, Namibia.
My focus will be on photography and nature conservation but first renewing my RSA pilots license.
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... fractious so I made some lunch for everyone which calmed things down and they went back to amusing themselves. Ruby wrote a story today called 'Allegra the mermaid fairy' and apart from her phonetic English/Welsh spelling it was actually a really good story with conversations, plans, goodies and baddies and a happy ending. Lily developed a pantomime puppet show for the twins which also was going along nicely ...
Explored to town of Nijmegen. It was beautiful. We met Do, our Dutch friend and went to a few music stages. There is over 10 stages to see all sorts of different music in the streets and it is all free. We had some really good wedges for lunch and I won grand champion on the leader board on a pinball ...
... hour also means that there's a lot of traffic. Every turn we make and every highway we take we're accompanied by dozens of commuters on way to their work. Ilk at them in their cars, in their office suit. Some visibly irritated by the jam, others clearly used to mornings like this and talking to their Bluetooth headset or singing a long with the radio.I envy the happy ones and would like to cheer up the depressed. The bigger goal of my stay in Iceland is to be part of the happy ...