DIY, Tire Climbing Wall, short video, climbing structure

DO IT YOURSELF Tire Climbing Wall Climbing has always been something I loved to do when I was younger, so when I was invited to help build a school play yard out of recycled materials in Goa, India, a climbing wall was a must. Here I will show you just how easy it is to turn old tires into a fun climbing wall for kids of all ages! Things needed: *16 Worn Tires (we used 12 medium, and 4 large, but I imagine that this structure can be made…

hello_my_friend

The hello my friend game – Northern Africa At the time of this writing (February 2014) there have not been the usual amounts of tourists in Morocco, Tunisia or Egypt – which means for you fellow backpacker, that there are many more “tourist guides” then there are tourists. It is almost impossible to walk down the street as a solo female backpacker without being accosted by several local business men – and I call them business men because they are all business. It goes like this – you…

Fatma from tunis spares some change

Hi – My name is Fatma Souie and I’m 19 years old from Tunis. I’m in my first year of college studying Language, Literature and Civilization English. My interests are in arts (music -dance-theater…) and sports. My future plans are to be a successful girl. Anyway, I am a funny girl and I’m ambitious because I want to be that girl who her parents become proud of her. And as a first step I belong to UGTS (General Union of Tunisian Student) because I want to make my…

vegetarian diet, onenomadwoman

I have started a Vegetarian Diet, and this is why… When traveling you encounter strange food in almost every new place – this is to be expected and is part of the adventure. However, when I was traveling through Northern Africa (Morocco, Tunisia and Egypt) I started to experience this on a whole new level. There was one imagine that has been stuck in my mind more than all the rest, and will probably will remain there forever. One day as I was walking carelessly through the souk…

build fire poi

How to make your own set of fire poi… Video of how to make the fire poi in under 5 minutes: (And if you would like to have a soft pair to practice with, I recommend these) Step One: Gather the materials. For this set I went to a marina hardware store, but you can find these items in your local hardware store to make fire poi. You will need the following: Two pieces of chain 75-90” in length (this is what I prefer) 2 bolts 5” in length…

spare some change, onenomadwoman

Hello my name is Amine (pronounced Ameen) A little bit about me: I am in my last year of medicine studies, and enjoy reading, IT and TV. Also, I belong to the Mepi Alumnus organization and am gifted for finding lost stuff (keys, money, important papers, etc)

Fulpmes Austria

To date Austria has been my favorite place to explore for a couple of reasons. First because when I was invited by a very special fellow nomad and wanderer to visit this incredible place it was in June and the landscape was breathtakingly beautiful. And second because I stayed at an surprisingly marvelous hostel called Doug’s Chalet that was simply amazing in so many ways. From the welcoming host himself, to the sauna, hot tub, full bar, drinking games, rock climbing wall, pool table and massive projection screen in the…

spare some change, onenomadwoman

Hi! I’m Miss Jamila Camara. I’m an A level actress and choreographer and my interests are in arts and sports in general. I’m not in any association and I’m a free person. Thank you very much 🙂

onenomadwoman

My name is Fabrice, I’m from France. I have a master of genetic and one of Sophrology Caycedienne. I’m a primary school teacher, and I love my job. I do vipassana meditation. I like being in the nature, traveling and feel the energy around and inside me. I’m part of an association called # Ecoute l’univers # (Lesson the Universe), I’m also for biodiversity.

onenomadwoman

Hello everybody. My name is Kader Henchiri and I a from Tunis. I hold a Bachelor of Arts Degree in the English Department, but am now retired. My interests are in Policy, Music, Literature and Cultural Programs and I also enjoy poetry and education.

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