Bethany Neave – 8th day – Rainy Sunday

Waking up late was nice and I was woken by the smell of a fry up. Perfect! It was chilly today and a bit rainy after the amazing storm the night before. The hot water had been cut off because of the storm so we declared it a PJ day.

After helping with the mosaic and having my first Collinson roast dinner, (which was so delicious!) I was able to upload more photos to my previous posts and edit some more images.

Not much happened today as it is the SKRUM day off and meant I had some chance to catch up on some much needed sleep.

Michael and Linda’s garden with all the amazing flowers!

The veiw from their house, the amazing mountains in the distance.

Bethany Neave

(Bethany is doing a volunteer placement with the charity SKRUM in Swaziland.  The placement involves rugby coaching to schools and the community, AIDS education, painting of the charity logo on the outside of schools and generally being part of the team and getting involved in all aspects of running this charity.)

http://www.volunteervacations.co.uk

0044 1483 331551/  0044 7833 208 158
info@volunteervacations.co.uk
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About www.volunteervacations.co.uk

We send gap year students, university students, families, people on Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award and people on career breaks to coach sports, teach and work in orphanages, work in marine conservation, primates conservation, land conservation, looking after rescued jungle animals, animal welfare, women's empowerment programs (sewing/fashions), men's empowerment programs (carpentry, plumbling, electrics, DIY), medical shadowing (doctors, nurses, midwives and dentists), after schools clubs, reaching out to underprivileged children and adults in South Africa, Kenya, Swaziland, Mozambique, Ghana, Ecuador and The Galapagos, Thailand and India. In Swaziland we offer bespoke rugby coaching placements with the charity Skrum where volunteers (18 ) can take their Level 1 rugby coaching certificate and then travel on to other placements and coach rugby. In India, the placements are suitable for families and undeer 18's are accepted providing they are accompanied by an adult. India is also suitable for Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award. We also offer building renovation and reconstruction in India in July. India placements can be from 2 to 12 weeks.
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