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Reported by Peter Kalenga Kai on 23rd August 2016

A MONTH OF SAWING, SANDING AND HAMMERING

A MONTH OF SAWING, SANDING AND HAMMERING

Over the past month  of August, seventeen Gap volunteers moved into the coastal Camp Tanga in Tanzania and have been working solidly on the construction of fifteen school desks and a house for one of the villagers that previous volunteers had started. Great team of Gap Volunteers request a free brochure We set a target of building five desks on each of the three weeks we were working at the school, but we managed to saw, sand and hammer our...

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Expedition Insights: Team Turpial – Ecuador & Galapagos 2016

It’s sometimes hard to imagine exactly what it will be like to go on expedition. Will it live up to your expectations? What projects will you work on? Who will you meet? What sights will you see? How will you feel? Will you be able to overcome your fears and try something new? Here’s a short insight provided by one of our teams in Ecuador & Galapagos giving an insight into their expedition. Huge thanks to Daisy, Kate and Christine...

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Reported by on 19th August 2016

Team Udaya’s Cambodia Expedition

From the first steps we took out of the plane, from London Heathrow to Siam Reap in Cambodia, we could tell that the next 28 days were going to be hot, hilarious and hard work. Our team consisted of three different school groups from all over the country, and over the 24 hours we had spent travelling, people had begun bonding over terrible plane food and uncomfortable seats. It was strange coming together as one team, but now we are...

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