AFRICA INSPIRES: Don’t skimp on the hairdryer


A typically sensational sunrise viewed from the breakfast table.


Staying safe at a supermarket. Not quite the same feel as the entrance to my local Tesco Metro. Big relief knowing that JESS was available, I can say.


Chilling at lunch time. So many games to play, so many chats to have, so much laughter to share, so easy to find acceptance.


Making new friends with these guys. What’s not to love?

Kye the Burgess has been on fine form – classroom crafts, tag rugby and end ball. They loved his skills, his stories, his dancing and, most especially, his hair. The pre-breakfast moments spent with the hairdryer paid off.