Europa Mansionette Inn
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... season when the hills would be brown and therefore chocolate they were still quite beautiful...more like 120m green jujubs.
We stopped to see the Tarsiers which are the smallest primates, no bigger than the palm of your hand. They were very cute with their big eyes. They can do a 180 in both directions with their heads. There are about 1000 left of these endangered species. Being nocturnal, we looked one ...
... the congested city. We all had to ride Habal Habals (motor bikes) to get up into the mountains. It took about 35 minutes along with a 30 minute jeepney ride. The motorbike ride was fun. There is something special going along bumpy roads, and fantastic mountain views at top speed. You really feel like you are away from it all. I had the similar feeling while climbing Ben Nevis earlier in April. Of course nothing compares to the Scottish ...
... too much details as to what we'll be doing but blimey, the facts and figures about the issue are just awful. Like right at this moment, there are said to be 218 MILLION child labourers in the world, and of those, 8.4 million are involved in the worst kinds: child pornography, child soldiers, slavery and prostitution. And the thing is is that most documentaries you might see, i.e. Blood Sweat and Tshirts, only really focus on those making clothes, but there's so much more to ...
... into more detail and woffle on as per usual :)
GCD on HIV and AIDS
I learnt LOADS since I always kind of knew the issues was about but i had never done any research or read up on it at all but blimey! We were all told about world aids day on december 1st if you're wanting to support it too. There's loads of different events happening all over the world so maybe google it if you're wanting to take part!
That night we all headed to Ayala (the big ...
... of the Rights of a Child, as laid out under the UN. This is a massive area, and the work we do is pretty varied too. I will try and lay this out in as much of a logical order as I can muster. Firstly there are several Balay Bata (or preschool) run by Share A Child around the slum area, to prepare children who could not normally afford the luxury of preschool, and therefore are more likely to drop out in Elementary school, the same chance as everybody else.
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