Category Archives: Gap Year in Swaziland

Volunteer Abroad in Swaziland – Aids Education through Rugby Coaching

PASS THE BALL, NOT THE VIRUS! Make a difference in Swaziland – Combine rugby coaching and AIDS education with this fantastic charity and develop key career skills too! WHAT DOES THIS CHARITY DO? The charity, SKRUM, aims to provide AIDS … Continue reading

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TRAVELLING – 9 BIZARRE BUT ESSENTIAL SURVIVAL OBJECTS

I receive the Ready Traveler Newsletter from the site http://www.TravelInsuranceReview.net and this great article made me sit up and take note! 9 Everyday Objects You can re-use for Travel Disaster Survival As stories of last week’s blizzard rolled across our … Continue reading

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VOLUNTEERING ABROAD – ESSENTIAL LIST FOR YOUR SUITCASE

pyjamas towel (lightweight travel towel ideal) underwear wash kit (toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, shampoo, conditioner, moisturiser, deodorant, razor, shaving gel/foam, wet wipes, anti-bacterial hand gel, after sun cream, sun tan lotion, tissues, etc.) fleece swimming costume sun hat sports kit (tracksuits, … Continue reading

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VOLUNTEER BLOG: Exploring Swaziland and taking on 6 new schools!

Today we went very far indeed… like really far! It was me, Michael and Wilson so I was the driver for the day.  I was happy about this as I love to drive the car but not as happy as … Continue reading

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VOLUNTEER BLOG IN SWAZILAND: “The Day of the Girl Child”

We woke up good and early today to get ready for the day of the girl child!  Once we were all ready, it was my turn to drive so we set off to the nearest field that the games were … Continue reading

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VOLUNTEER BLOG: “The Day of the Girl Child” – Swaziland Rugby Coaching/AIDS education

Getting up quite early as today was all the pre planning we needed to get done for the day of the girl child.  Naomi and I went off to visit the 3 schools to confirm that they would be attending. … Continue reading

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VOLUNTEER BLOG IN SWAZILAND: 75% of the kids at one school I visited were AIDS orphans!

24th day – 9 new schools! Today we travelled very far, like really far! Naomi was driving, Michael came with us too and Wilson and me were in the back.  We got up very early, packed the car and were … Continue reading

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