“After a while, I got used to the way people use the resources in a creative way. Once, there was a man with a broken arm who needed plaster, but the plaster room was closed. After a short observation through the room, the doctor took his cardboard calendar and suggested creating a roll with bandage for the patient’s arm. Even when you’re on your own, you’re never really alone in Africa. There are always the friendly people, the amazing, untouched nature and the perspective of a different world. A world where people don’t care about the impression they make on other people. A world where the dance floor is always lit and happy music fills the streets. A world that is parallel to mine, but that is completely different at the same time.”

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