|This is me being told what to do..:D|
|Alaska Mambaling, going to the site early morning|
|Upon Arriving, we see these things waiting to be laid down somewhere|
|This is what we used to make the blocks|
|So you put the raw material mixture inside the box area then execute some Physics|
|A Block, Tada~!|
|Some of the Bricks needed to be modified to fit, in corners and the like areas of the house|
|Some of us were serious (Rhyle), but we needed to be in order not to embarrass ourselves in front of our guests xD|
|European Youth with our resident ALEx-Site leader Vinder Singh :D|
|Digging Digging Digging|
CEBU City is currently hosting 25 western Europeans on a 20-day visit to learn about Cebuano culture. The visit is part of the Multi-City Youth Exchange program organized by the city government and the Ramon Aboitiz Foundation Inc.
The delegation includes 27 guests from Kortrijk in Belgium and Haarlemmermeer in the Netherlands. The Dutch group includes 12 youths and three adults. The Belgium delegates include 10 youths and two adult leaders.
|Okay, we had some fun here and there|
Anchored on the sister city relationship between Cebu City and the City of Haarlemmermeer, the Netherlands, and Kortrijk, Belgium, the program aims to promote knowledge-sharing, cross-cultural understanding and cooperation, and development service among young global citizens.
Badjaos are an indigenous ethnic group in Southeast Asia who are mostly discriminated in the country with regards to education and employment. They usually live in small shanties along coastal areas.
|Turn Over ceremonies|
|Dutch-Belgian & some Spanish Delegates|
|We are all done~Hep Hep, HOORAY!|