Hi everyone,

I know it has been a long time that I haven’t wrote something but really, time here is literary flowing away just like sand in hand.

I think that it is definitely impossible to describe every day I spent, every feeling I felt, every sunset I saw, every fear I had and all adventures I’ve already had and that I’m going to live.

This is why I will be very short and fast with my stories on the blog. If you have questions or whatever, just write me or call me, it would be for me a pleasure!

So, the second week had a really adventurous beginning in our namibian life, if you understand what I mean.

I must say that I have luckily a real active volunteer partner (Aaron), who can’t stay a day without doing anything. This is why he decided, and I agreed without thinking too much about it, to visit the Etosha National Park. So we went, 7 days after I’ve arrived in Windhoek, to Eehnana in the north of Namibia. We took the Intercape, a big and comfortable bus which travel all around Namibia.

It took us 10 hours, we arrived in the north at 4 a.m in the morning, where our nice friend Ole fetched us up and brought us home. We’ve spent the weekend with Ole and Franzie. On Saturday we went to the National Etosha Park with all the volunteers who are staying in the north.

We woke up at 4 a.m hoping to see the sunrise. We arrived 2 hours later in the park and spent there the entire day. We saw lots of animals, like zebras, elephants, giraffes and 10 minutes before left the park we saw two lions, which is not that bad for a first time in the park.

We were tired and exhausted but it has worth it.

Aaron and me got back to Rehoboth on Sunday night and on Monday morning we arrived in Rehoboth where we went directly to school, to start our first P.E. Monday lesson.

We finally had our first complete week at school. We are teaching P.E. lesson to the grade from 4 to 7 every morning. I really enjoy this time, the smile and the laughs of the children means everything on a Monday morning.

We started also to go to the gym in Rehoboth, which for our luck, is completely free, clean and a nice coach, Brandon, trains you every day.. if you want.

After school we often wentto the Dam, where we fixed the last things before starting training the kids.

I will write as soon as possible.

Alice

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