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Coffee Afternoon at Crossing Coffee House - Denise Flynn Bolivia's Culture
Zebra Access visited The Crossing at St Paul’s Coffee House for the very first time and we all loved the new venue, especially their tea and cakes!
We welcomed Denise Flynn and her husband, who came to deliver a presentation about the culture of her native Bolivia. We all learned about the colours of Bolivia’s flag and what they represent. We were amazed when we learned that Bolivia a huge country that is divided into North, South, East and West, and that each part has a completely different culture (such as food and clothing) and even the weather is different. We giggled when Denise told us that Bolivia’s national animal is a Llama who spits acid on people!
We would like to say a big thank you to Denise Flynn and her husband for delivering an amazing workshop. We all really enjoyed having you! Please come back again.
If you are interested to know more about Bolivia or how to donate to Bolivia’s Deaf community, please visit the link below.
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