A few out takes from the volunteer training weekend just gone……
The first officially sanctioned sale of ivory in southern Africa for almost a decade opens on Tuesday. Namibia, Botswana, South Africa and Zimbabwe will auction more than 100 tonnes of ivory from stockpiles to buyers from China and Japan. Data shows that poaching figures dropped after the last official sale, but fears remain that this […]
This weekend saw 33 young people descend on Dulwich Scout centre in South West London for 2 days of preparation for their travels to all parts of South America. The highlight of the weekend was the salsa lesson, instructed by our very own Jon Jon Cassidy, the master…….
Thanks to a rather nasty facebook message from my good friend Kunal I have decided that if anyone wishes to send in photos or text about time spent with Quest Overseas or anything intresting they might be doing,I will feature them on the site. So as demanded for my angry little friend in Vanuatu, your […]
I was unusually organised at school, at 17 I signed up to spend 3 months in Madagascar in my Gap Year. It was to be a full year and a half until I actually stepped onto the plane to start my adventure which was to dictate the next 5 years of my life. I was […]
London has talked about simplifying the opening ceremony for 2012, I think they could get some tips from our children’s project here in Peru! Joking aside though, what a fantastic way to combine sport and teaching kids about other countries – well done guys!
We have been hit hard by the credit crunch over here, but you may think that in Africa the effect has been even bigger. It seems that this is not the case. This is due smaller economies in Africa which are affected less than huge economies such as the US and Britain and that banks […]
There may have been goals galore in the Champions League, but there were a fair few in the Championship too, especially at Carrow Road! Leroy Lita hit a hat-trick as Norwich notched a win which knocked Wolves off the top of the Championship table! For a side that had scored just one goal from open […]
Yes last night the English clubs did us proud. A total of 36 goals were scored in the Champions League equaling the record for most scored in one evening. My personal favourite was Del Piero’s blinding first time shot from just outside the area. It was a slightly controversial night with Dimitar Berbatov scoring […]
The George Foreman Grill has revolutionized our lunches long gone are the days of boring old ham and cheeses sarnies and hello fish, pork and grilled broccoli. one of the benefits of the grill as Kate will testify is the Black gold that is left after any pork produce has been cooked, you should see […]