You can do a day trip to Luxor from here – requires a 5am start with return in time for dinner. A couple decided to try it though there were no takers from the rest of the group. Saw them later on that morning – what happened?Read More
The heat is challenging but the constant sunshine and sea air are invigorating. There is an almost continuous breeze which keeps us going but when it drops the heat comes down like a hammer.Read More
Either writer’s block is setting in (maybe it’s the ziplock bag) or nothing outside the box is happening.Read More
As I walked into breakfast I was greeted by the sound of merry laughter – no problem finding our table then. The topic for discussion was “what would be your fighting song”.Read More
I got out of doing a Day Zero by virtue of already being here for a week’s holiday – but perhaps travelling would have been preferable. The day before training starts (what should have been Day Zero), we head for the coral reef to do some snorkelling.Read More
July 21st saw Instructor Karim Daoud’s FWC Reading hold their summer camp.Read More
You know when they say “today is the first day of the rest of your life”. Well, they obviously haven’t spent enough early mornings in airports waiting for a group of people in the same track suit to turn up. And so Day Zero came about, the day before the first day of the rest of your life.
On the 7th of June 2012, a group of volunteers from FWC in collaboration with dancers from Claremont Project and the Choir With No Name, took part in a flash mob event called “Let’s Dance” at the N1 Centre in Islington which was part of the Big Dance 2012.
Photo by Alya KharchenkoRead More
How many hours can we fit in a day? 30 hours after leaving home we haven’t been to bed yet – well I haven’t slept at all yet. The flight was heavily populated with Chinese grandparents who had taken their infant grandchildren on holiday.