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Hear my voice

Last Thursday Mulcaila, who works with SEND, took us to the Resource Centre for People Living with Disabilities. The centre was in the vibrant, bustling market area of  to the Wa. Walking in this area was like stepping into a … Continue reading

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Dancing in the Aisles

I’ve just been to my first ever African church services and I still can’t stop smiling. Mind you I wasn’t smiling when we had to leave at 6.30am to get to the first service which started at 7. It was an English service … Continue reading

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Empty bowls

I haven’t blogged in the last couple of few days because I didn’t have an internet connection. I also didn’t have any lights for a while and for a time I didn’t have a working toilet, electricity or water either so … Continue reading

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Walk tall

 It all started with David Attenborough. He was the one who made me aware of a world far beyond County Down, where wildebeest roamed and lions prowled.  As a child I dreamt about going to Africa. To me it seemed the … Continue reading

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Food for thought

You know I thought that going to India would be difficult, but I never thought that coming back would be so hard. I am suffering from culture shock in reverse – which apparently is quite common when you come back … Continue reading

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Homeward bound

In half an hour I’ll face the madness of Hyderabad traffic and head to the airport for a flight to Dubai. Here are a few lighthearted observations of my time in India: Always carry toilet roll or tissues with you … Continue reading

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