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@soymeng

soymeng
So much love, me and Tokyo💛#tokyo
2 80 6 days ago
So much love, me and tokyo💛#tokyo

@merc_brandon

merc_brandon
Perfect day to play life guard and flex on em😊
10 109 August 2017
Perfect day to play life guard and flex on em😊

@ikkinroy

ikkinroy
Sunday June 24th ❤
1 2 1 minute ago
Sunday june 24th ❤

@sasazidar

sasazidar
Every piece of wood tells his own story.
1 1 13 minutes ago
Every piece of wood tells his own story.

@dali_argui

dali_argui
2 3 6 minutes ago
"my step back might have amused you , but my comeback will confuse you !"
~ credo 🇹🇳🇹🇳

@merc_brandon

merc_brandon
It’s OVO i thought i told you.
6 105 December 2017
It’s ovo i thought i told you.

@bhasint

bhasint
The first day of Construction and Renovation saw us climbing over 400 stairs with timber planks to reach the construction site. We had to help with the construction of a school for a humble neighbourhood. The process seemed slow due to lack of resources and manpower, primarily. A major problem was the transportation of material to the site. As roads did not reach the plot, volunteers had to carry materials and tools over 300 feet. The first storey was expected to be complete before the rain hit, so that there was a shelter for classes to begin with. The only downside would be not being able to see the finished product.
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2 2 2 minutes ago
The first day of construction and renovation saw us climbing over 400 stairs with timber planks to reach the construction site. we had to help with the construction of a school for a humble neighbourhood. the process seemed slow due to lack of resources and manpower, primarily. a major problem was the transportation of material to the site. as roads did not reach the plot, volunteers had to carry materials and tools over 300 feet. the first storey was expected to be complete before the rain hit, so that there was a shelter for classes to begin with. the only downside would be not being able to see the finished product.
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to read the full essay, visit link in the bio.
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