My lovely BFF has been featured before – here and here. She created a blog recently, and while she writes in Norwegian her photos rarely need words. And I’m not only saying it because I love her and often happen to be her model 😛
Tourist hat – Everything is new and exciting and I’m trying to squeeze in as many experiences as I can into the five weeks I’m here. I think ‘wonderful’ is my favourite English word, and it’s quite fitting to describe my first six days in Haiti. As I write this I’m slightly distracted by six turkey chicks that pluck at mango pieces next to me. Wonderful.
Volunteer hat – I’m writing the annual report for LWF, an organization that has been building schools, houses and roads in Haiti for years.
Journalist hat – Apart from the work I’ll do for LWF in Haiti; I will write a reportage for my final exam here. This makes me slightly stressed, as I haven’t found sources for this task yet, nor ‘the Norwegian link’, which should be present in my reportage if I wish to sell it to a newspaper in Norway.
I should also acquire a real hat soon. My head is not used to all the sun it’s getting 😛
The clock is barely six, but I can hear my bed calling from the distance. Jet lag, I know this state is called that. Other than than that I don’t know anything. But I’ll adjust eventually 😉 Until then …
the very first views & sights:
Unfortunately, I did not get a window seat, but my friendly plane-neighbor graciously allowed me to basically crawl into her lap 🙂 Merci!