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... s meeting dues.
Following the meeting - after a great show and tell - I did a short interview with Gloria whose work I admire greatly. A blog post will appear shortly over on diane-duncan.com, my art blog. It has been a challenge to keep two blogs up to date on this trip!
Late afternoon we headed on to our RV park for the night, situated deep in a ravine above a small mountain river.
... is a very safe church option, which is among the poor but not "from" the poor. Others are working in the private educational facilities which again provide excellent educational opportunities to those who can afford the tuition - which usually benefits those who are already the privileged or the struggling middle-class who make a huge sacrifice with the hope that this educational boost will help their kids make the break through to a better and more secure life. The poor are again on ...
... next few days are going to be very busy. We have group meetings like we allways do in the day. but Tomorrow night we have a welcoming or "blanketing" ceremony with the elders of the Cowichan Tribe. I have read about this and I'm pretty excited because its not very commun and it is a great honor to be welcomed by the Cowichan tribe in this way. On Friday I think we are also going to take the Mozambicans to a hockey game! Which I'm pretty excited for and I hope they like ...
... warm baguettes and lovely foamy cups of café creme. And there had been nothing open at the airport, so we were sadly in need of a fix.
Clearly we were not the only ones rejecting this sad facsimile of food, as I watched the attendants shovelling uneaten rolls into the waste bin of their cart. Seemed a rather pointless exercise on the part of KLM except for the insult quotient. Not impressed especially after we have had to pay more to fly the bikes ...
... Ganges River. Heading northwest, through Lucknow and back towards Delhi is the next leg, before spending a weekend in the Sikh religious center of Amritsar, mere miles from the Pakistan border. Two days later I fly back through Beijing to Vancouver and home.
So it sounds like a vacation… at least the time spent after the stint at the orphanage. Sure, I guess you could say that, but I see it as so much more. I have long given up on the Western ...
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