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February 2019

Josu with the children of Can you imagine volunteering in a village in the Peruvian jungle, living with the locals as one of them, adapting to life without electricity, water or WIFI? Josu spent a month in this little school for children without resources, and the only thing he didn't like was... not being able to stay longer! What was your day-to-day life like in the Iquitos project? At 3 o'clock in the afternoon we opened the school. The children had 30 minutes to play

  Monkey at the rescued wildlife centre in Bolivia. We confess: when we started travelling we didn't know it either. We saw people riding camels, or colourfully painted elephants in temples. Something told us that it wasn't right, but we didn't know the terrible reality that these practices hide! After more than 5 years organising solidarity trips, we tell you 5 activities with animals that you should say NO to on your trips. 1 Elephant shows According to World Animal Protection's 2017 report, out of the 2923 elephants used

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