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Planking outside the Teatro Amazonas museum and theatre in Manaus, Brazil:
After several failed attempts, I finally caught one (with a little help!)
Ceilidh about in the open savannah? Check!
Planking above the school name that I have been painting over the last week…
Today I was involved in the building of the staff benab, one of my secondary projects this year, and I am counting this as having participated in a community building project. (A few weeks ago I was also involved in helping to build the village’s new church which would also have counted, however I didn’t … Continue reading
Potatoes aren’t hugely popular or widely available in Guyana, which is why it’s taken me over 9 months to accomplish this task. However, on a recent trip to Lethem we were able to buy some brilliantly fresh barely edible potatoes, so finally I can cross this off the list. Earlier tonight we sliced, parboiled and … Continue reading
Today – the 26th of May – is the 47th anniversary of Guyana’s independence from the British, so I wish every Guyanese a Happy Independence Day! A party was held in the village last night to celebrate which include songs, poems, dances and skits from students (primary and secondary) and talks on Guyanese history from … Continue reading
This was originally suggested by my PT Desk Officer, Chris, and I’m pleased to say that it was accomplished this morning! Unfortunately I wasn’t able to get a pineapple in time for my lessons on symmetry a few weeks ago, so instead the pineapple was the star of the show for today’s lesson on profit … Continue reading
The weekend just passed was a bit of a mini adventure for Harry and I. Monday of this week (the 6th) was a national holiday, so we decided to use our 3-day weekend to visit Aishalton, the southernmost project in Guyana. It was one of the top things on our to-do list for the term, … Continue reading
Ironing my shorts at Kaieteur Falls! Just by the by… this required me to borrow an ironing board, persuade the airline to carry it, and then carry it around the national park for nearly 2 hours! I won some very odd looks from our companions, but it was worth it!