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Photo Competition Winners Announced!

Out here at Camp Kenya, we would like to think of our doors being open to all walks of life, young (some very, very young) and old. Sure we have our nutty gappers throughout the year (we love them dearly and would have them stay all year if they could!), and our new Life Program at Makongeni is seeing quite a few happy and hardworking adults who are taking a break for their urban grind. And of course we have...

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I was late for work this morning and I reckon my excuse takes some beating. Reason 1: I had a large Monkey running around upstairs. Reason 2: My wife nearly stepped on a venomous snake (in the kitchen) whilst making a coffee. Managed to get both animals out safely then nearly hit a goat on the way to the office. Going to stay behind my desk all day.

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I wrote a quick post late last year about cheap flights with Air Asia from Uk to Malaysia.ξ Just wanted to update you that they are currently offering some good deals over the next 6 days - booking period is today to 22nd Feb to travel in Oct through to Jan 2010 - go check them out here..... Might be worth it but remember you have to pay for baggage and meals extra so check it all out before committing...

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Return of The Volunteer

Camps International featured on Abu Dhabi's The National website yesterday, highlighting a recent eight-day trip to Cambodia by Dubai students from Jumeirah College.  The students volunteered so children in the South-East Asian country would have a better chance at getting an education, helping to build accommodation, repair existing buildings and deliver water to the community.  To read the full article follow the link here   

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Harmony Farm in Cambodia

Just got back from a visit to the Stephen Kanja Primary School, where we went to have a look at the completion of a very exciting water project that has been supported by Sally's Children's Trust. I have to add that the drive up there is absolutely spectacular with the rolling green hills and the cool air that chills you as you get away from the coastal humidty. Love it! Simon had briefed me about the overall objectives of this...

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Borneo, Bongkud through a child’s eyes

Many of you will know Eustace, Camp Manager at Muhaka and many of you will know that Eustace is the kind of man who will not agree with the saying, "you can't teach an old dog new tricks." And he has proved it to all of us. Eustace signed up for a computer course only a couple of months ago and now he is on his way to being a fully fledged blogger and photographer! So, in the first of...

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