Their tagline says it all – at the Sunny Workshop they believe that we all share the same sun and therefore we all deserve the same opportunities. The project is dedicated to improving the rights of people with disabilities, but also the living conditions of their families. The participants work with ceramic and wood and grow flowers in a Greenhouse, while family members are hired to work within the project as social workers. It is all about social inclusion, improving financial situations, teaching valuable skills and ensuring independent living.
The visit to the Sunny Workshop was a particularly emotional moment for Louis, who is himself a social worker for people with disabilities back home in Antwerp. He and Luisa spent the day with a few of the 22 local families who have already benefited from the project.
Sunny Workshop doesn’t have a website, but if you’d like more information don’t hesitate to contact us.
Cycling for freedom? Well, at least to and across the Freedom Bridge. Getting there in the summer heat was pretty exhausting but luckily there were refreshments available on the way - where some locals turned out to be true Ken fans!
The Bourazani Environmental Park, covering 2050 acres, has existed since 1916. Its main purpose is studying and maintaining the animal balance of the population, and efforts to preserve the environment and culture in the Bourazani region.
We started in Athens. We travelled 4 months along 4 different routes throughout Europe. We saw beautiful places, made true human connections. Our community became family. Then, we reached Berlin, and it was time to reunite and celebrate!
One thing's for sure: the adventure doesn't stop here! You can surf around this web hub and travel back to the Mediterranean, Atlantic, Danube, and Baltic routes.