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Last Week in Fleurieu Peninsula

Posted by: AIYEP Participants on Thursday, December 29, 2016

My host family in rural area was so amazing. I lived with Hilary Gilette’s family. The small family with the big love, the simple family with the elegant lifestyle. Their one and only son, aged 28 years old, just worked in Queensland, that is why only three of us at home. During staying and living with them in two and half weeks, even it was a very short period of time, but it made me understand that love growth everywhere. The unconditional love they had given to me, made me felt like I am home. Every contact between us built a strong connection in our self indeed. Every worked day, they took me to my work placement and picked me up after work as well. It usually involved a very fancy dinner every night. They also took me to the great places on the weekend, such as; boat tours, wildlife park visited, watched Christmas Pageant, walked on the beach, doing some shopping and some sports. I was extremely impressed by their dedication to keeping me comfortable.  Read more...

Being A Farrier

Posted by: AIYEP Participants on Saturday, December 10, 2016

Becoming a Farmer!

Posted by: AIYEP Participants on Saturday, December 03, 2016

After staying in Adelaide for about a month, all Indonesian delegates for Australia-Indonesia Youth Exchange Program (AIYEP) went to Berri for Mid-Visit Break and then Fleurieu Peninsula for Rural Phase. In Fleurieu Peninsula, we got the same activities as we did in Adelaide; having a host family, work placement and cultural performances. I am very excited to start a new journey for rural phase since it will be different with the city phase back then.  Read more...

My Workplacement

Posted by: AIYEP Participants on Saturday, December 03, 2016

During the Rural Phase in South Australia, I have been placed at The Urrimbira Wildlife Park that is located in Fleurieu Peninsula. The park is about 40 acre big and has all types of animals that live all across Australia, such as Kangaroos, Koalas, Emus, Kookaburras, Lauricettes, Casuaries, and many others. It is totally a brand new experience for me to work at a wild life park because not only I am able to interact with the Australia’s animals that I never met before, but also I get to know how such a big park is maintained by them and how they look after the animals.   Read more...

 
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