This afternoon, we cleared the minefield with some careful detecting, brushing and disarming, with only minimal loss of limbs!
The teachers were saved from an agonising death, when the medicine chests were found and delivered just in time.
Then came the important task of collecting firewood ready for Thursday's campfire.
After a delicious meal, we learnt how it might feel to be one of the many Africans who have lost their sight to mines, by completing an obstacle course blindfolded.
It has been a very busy day, and we are all very tired. We are looking forward to our beds and a good night's sleep, before the tasks ahead of us tomorrow.
Mosuwe signing off.