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Children’s SOS.

13 August 2015, Guinea Bissau

Today we visited the Guinea Bissau children’s SOS. The children’s SOS is the biggest orphan aiding initiative in the world and is represented in over a 124 countries world wide. Bissau has seen frequent regime change since its independence; many of these changes happened violently and many children lost their parents. SOS Bissau began doing […]


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It feels good to dance.

13 August 2015, Guinea Bissau

Ever since i was a child, I’ve always loved the saxaphone. I think my mother had something to do with it because she had a huge crush on Tim Cappello. Now, for those who don’t know, Tim Cappelo used to be the supporting saxophonist for Tina Turner, and let’s just say he was very provocative […]


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A time to be kids again.

13 August 2015, Guinea Bissau

After waking up with no set plans, we thought we’d explore and see what would jump out at us. Well, how about a game of bumper car rugby? Sounded good to me, so we found an empty bumper car house and we just had to release our inner kid! No teams, no rules, just the […]


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Guinea Bissau.

13 August 2015, Guinea Bissau

With a population of of just under 2 million, this isn’t a very big country. To avoid confusion with its neighbour Guniea, the name Bissau was added to its title in 1974 when the country became independent. The official language is Portuguese, established as such during colonial rule, but in reality only a small percentage […]


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Entering no man’s land.

13 August 2015, Guinea Bissau

Between the borders of any two countries is an area known as no man’s land. It’s an area that no state can legally claim ownership of. These areas are designed to be a buffer zone against aggression between neighbouring countries and are supposed to be unoccupied, but we usually find these areas to be busy […]