Não, não é passar um ano à “sombra da bananeira”… 😀
É um período em que aproveitas para viajar, trabalhar, estudar, apren-der ou fazer voluntariado! Estas são as nossas propostas… Que dizes? Vamos! #anosabatico#gapyear
Hunter Parrott arrived as a new guide, straight away from an 800 mile lap on the AT that ended with lime disease, just in time to snatch him away as hurricane Sandy splat into the east coast. Now he’s the head guide for Glorieta’s Wilderness Professional Semester. Hunter is a patient teacher. He’s really good at thorough explanations. He’s great at breaking down complex subjects. If you know Hunter it’s not difficult to provoke a hilarious rant, reminiscent or George Clooney’s character in O’ Brother. More importantly, he is really good at remembering the participant in his instruction. Teachers often place more importance on the subject than the students, not Hunter. Checkout the bio link to learn all about what Hunter is doing with the Guide Semester. #guidelife#appalachiantrail#gapyear#semesterinthewild#wildwest#whatwouldyoulikeonyourtombstone@glorietastaff
Procuramos voluntários para os meses de MARÇO, ABRIL e JUNHO para se juntarem ao nosso projeto no Mindelo, Ilha de S. Vicente, Cabo Verde 💞 Aqui vais desenvolver atividades de apoio escolar, promoção da leitura, de música, dança e teatro, bem como jogos lúdicos e vários desportos (futebol, capoeira). Vais agarrar a oportunidade? ☺️ DATAS: Março, Abril e Junho (mínimo 1 mês)
Até já! 😉
Though it looks like the picture is crooked, it's not, it's the leaning temple just by the river. This one was taken around 5.30am and the devotion on this woman's face made me grab my camera quickly. Love the outcome.
One day in August 1995 a man called Foutanga Babani Sissoko walked into the head office of the Dubai Islamic Bank and asked for a loan to buy a car. The manager agreed, and Sissoko invited him home for dinner. It was the prelude, writes the BBC’s Brigitte Scheffer, to one of the most audacious confidence tricks of all time.
Over dinner, Sissoko made a startling claim. He told the bank manager, Mohammed Ayoub, that he had magic powers. With these powers, he could take a sum of money and double it. He invited his Emirati friend to come again, and to bring some cash.
Black magic is condemned by Islam as blasphemous. Even so, there’s still a widespread belief in it, and Ayoub was taken in by the colourful and mysterious businessman from a remote village in Mali.
When he arrived at Sissoko’s house the next time, carrying his money, a man burst out of a room saying a spirit – a djinn – had just attacked him. He warned Ayoub not to anger the djinn, for fear his money would not be doubled. So Ayoub left his cash in the magic room, and waited.
He said he saw lights and smoke. He heard the voices of spirits. Then there was silence.
The money had indeed doubled.
Ayoub was delighted – and the heist could begin. “He believed it was Black Magic – that Mr Sissoko could double the money,” says Alan Fine, a Miami attorney the bank later asked to investigate the crime. “So he would send money to Mr Sissoko – the bank’s money – and he expected it to come back in double the amount.” Between 1995 and 1998, Ayoub made 183 transfers into Sissoko’s accounts around the world. Sissoko was also running up big credit card bills – in the millions according to Fine – which Ayoub would settle on his behalf...
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To go to Patagonia ⛰❄️⛺️ remembers me the time I spent hiking the Himalayas in India 🇮🇳 and Nepal🇳🇵a few months ago. Join our adventures hitchhiking Southern Chili 🇨🇱 and Argentina 🇦🇷 on @qpachamama! 🤗🧡
A week of bad luck to get here and the first time I’ve felt like I’ve schlepped my kids around during this six months of travelling. In truth, it’s such a beautiful place but I would probably wait until they were older if I could do it again... They didn’t get enough out of the experience. I think a balance for both kids and parents is important.. I am always super positive about everywhere I go but this was #toohardbasket ...
This is seriously the ultimate exchange student starter pack 😂
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Tem que ter coragem para tirar um tempo pra si, largar tudo e ir morar em outro país… Mas, partiu curtir essa aventura! 🇧🇷🇿🇦 #gapyear#capetown#southafrica
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Things I Learned On Sunday 18/02:
1. Gap years/months/weeks seem to be the way to go.
2. Always have friends who’ll play pretty music for you. (Swipe right)
3. Minivans are functional. Get one. (So are driver’s licenses!) 4. When a good moment is in progress, don’t try to soak it in all in at once. It’s like eating a whole 3-tier cake at once: a good idea in theory, okay in the moment, but horrible afterwards.
5. I’m really going to miss these peoples.
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