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Funky Fish Night Club

I have that friday feeling and apparently the place to be seen is Funky Fish in Brighton.  I have been told that not only does it play loads of James Brown but it also holds Salsa dance classes.  Our in office Salsa King Jon Jon loves to get down and crack out some smooth moves. […]

Kenyan Children welcoming Questers

A trip down memory lane… Many summers ago our first Kenya Water Relief Team visited the school in the Mbuani district to construct a water tank and plant mango trees so the kids had year-round fresh supplies of fruit and water. In return the kids hosted a ‘Thank you Ceremony’ and sang and played with […]

Man Flu an epedemic!!!!

The worst thing in the world… “MAN FLU”!!! is sweeping through the office like a forest fire. It’s awful the male contingent in the office are dropping like flies and getting any sympathy from females is like getting blood from a stone. Why is it that they fail to appreciate the severity of the illness. […]

Clowning Around in Peru

Volunteer Zoe has just arrived at our project at Villa Maria in Lima, Peru. She will be staying for 9 months, helping out at our school there as well as working on the construction and recreation projects. The question is though, will she ever tire of the pranks from local clown Lucho (dancing with her […]

Update from our Peru Construction Project

Here’s a brief update on the work the guys in Villa Maria are getting up to. Zoe, Trevor and Steph are working away to provide better living conditions for a family in the shanty town, just on the outskirts of Lima, keep up the good work guys. Working on this construction project has also given […]

Update from our Peru Construction Project

Here’s a brief update on the work the guys in Villa Maria are getting up to. Zoe, Trevor and Steph are working away to provide better living conditions for a family in the shanty town, just on the outskirts of Lima, keep up the good work guys. Working on this construction project has also given […]

Migration of a different kind!

A lodge in Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park was unwittingly built on the migration path of a family of elephants.  Every year the family walks straight through the lodges lobby on their way find tasty to ripe Mangos.  Elephants have strong family bonds, and are led by the matriarch to find new pastures and water. […]

Migration of a different kind!

A lodge in Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park was unwittingly built on the migration path of a family of elephants.  Every year the family walks straight through the lodges lobby on their way find tasty to ripe Mangos.  Elephants have strong family bonds, and are led by the matriarch to find new pastures and water. […]

Lean Mean Speech Making Machines

Simon and I found ourselves yesterday facing the potential heckling of a few hundred year 13 students giving a presentation on why to take gap year and the benefits of one at Strodes College in Egham. Thankfully the heckling never materialised and the presentation went well with loads of questions being thrown at us courtesy […]

Lean Mean Speech Making Machines

Simon and I found ourselves yesterday facing the potential heckling of a few hundred year 13 students giving a presentation on why to take gap year and the benefits of one at Strodes College in Egham. Thankfully the heckling never materialised and the presentation went well with loads of questions being thrown at us courtesy […]