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So far this year I have eaten: Curried water turtle – very nice Roasted chicken foot (that’s foot, not leg) – not very nice Fried chicken neck – even worse Buruup (iced and pulped fruit, mixed with farine) – quite nice Chocoate pizza – delicious, and very bizarre
It’s finished! I got three photos from three different countries: Photo 1 – School Name, Sand Creek, Guyana Photo 2 – Teatro Amazonas, Manaus, Brazil Photo 3 – Isla del Sol, Copacabana, Bolivia
Planking on the Isla del Sol, an island in Lake Titicaca (Copacabana, Bolivia):
The address of this blog was given to the two volunteers who will replace Harry and I in Sand Creek for 2013/14, so I can assume they might see this post at some point. Johnnie & Neal: there is an undisclosed volume of money burried somewhere on the school compound, near to your apartment. The … Continue reading
This is the best form of short-distance transport ever. I will have no arguments about this.
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