The cultural exchange was an interesting experience in which the African children recited tribal names and greetings as well as their meanings. In return we educated them with a few facts about basic life in England. We also tried some very interesting foods such as Pig trotters, Cow Offal, spicy tree worms, chili beans and steamed bread. We gave them tea and scones/scons (for those who pronounce them differently, we don’t want “The Scone Argument”) which they all seemed to enjoy. Before we got our food, the children sang and played the marimba for us, brilliantly yet again.
Afterwards we went back to finishing of the climbing frame followed by eating some lunch then leaving for the day. On the way back we took a trip to Spar to stock up with food for the Safari this weekend. I think it’s safe to say the main thing everybody brought consisted of (at least partially) chocolate.
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