Author: M. G.
As you've already read, DAA founder Ninette and Peke are in Bali now doing the first international workshop with tourism workers. That obviously means that here at the DAA HQ we, the volunteers, have to take care of the house by ourselves. I am not used to living in such a big house, when I was at university in Milan, I always lived in a typical student apartment - a pretty small place rented for too much money, to be shared with two other people at least. House keeping consisted of little amount of work, all the same I started to develop my skills as a perfect house-keeper, i.e. I developed a bitchy attitude towards housemates who I considered too lazy. Anyone who experienced sharing a house knows that human relations can be strained by stupid things like dirty plates, dusty shelves or shopping duties. Luckily I don't think I am going to have to use my talent with Branislava and Ayke during the next two months, when we're sharing the same place and taking care of it. That does not mean that my edgy attitudes won't come out ;-) and I am already saying sorry in advance. We have this weekly schedule that divides all the duties equally among us, I hope everyone follows it otherwise I'm afraid I'm going to show some of the worst parts of my character, and you don't want to see it. Don't be afraid, it's not a threat... it's a promise.