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Lien, Touring and Baby Sarah’s Home

Lien who won the second prize in a Belgian tour contest

Lien Nullens from Belgium has won the second prize in a contest written out by Touring, a Belgian organization. Lien and myself have drafted a mini-project letting the inmates of BSH make photographs of each other and their environment. The photos will be bundled in a photo-album (for sale) and the best ones will be printed as postcards to be sold in Belgium with the help of Oxfam and UNICEF.

Lien has come along with her parents (mother a social worker, father a photographer) and has already visited BSH yesterday. Today – New Year’s Day – the family is enjoying Pondicherry and Aurobeach. Tomorrow, Saturday, they’ll be on their way again (by bus) to the orphanage to see how their project has to be shaped to make sense to both the orphans and the mentally challenged children over there.

We wish Lien a successful project and eagerly await the outcome!

Camille/AMAIDI

Note: the opening of an open air exhibition of the results: http://amaidifoundation.ning.com/photo/albums/baby-sarahs-home

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‘Travel mode’

I read this on one of the 6.5 million travelblogs of travelers through India. I’d like you to comment on it:

1. Never visit India on a shoe string budget. You will be miserable through out the trip.

2. Travel mode – recommend take flights and trains. Avoid bus trips more than 4 hours long.

Would you agree?
Why (not)?

Filed under: choice, comment, shoestring, transport, travel blog, voluntary work

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