“Think Globally, Act locally..”

Global Education

 

Best education to give any child was a global perspective… , to be comfortable where ever one resides, that is one of our beliefs. 😉

Before coming to Bosnia and Herzegovina, our then 3 year old daughter thought that fruits came from supermarkets…

As Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) is rich in agriculture, it was not long she learned how to differentiate a fig tree from other fruit trees.

We were fortunate to meet craftsmen, who kindly and with great patience show us their crafts. Best time to go would be during late autumn as they would have more time. Summer is usually quite hectic as the craftsmen are usually loaded with a lot of orders. It was a fun and interesting experience for our daughter!

So when in BiH, enjoy! “Think Globally, Act Locally!” 🙂

The swallow flys...

Posted on August 29, 2014, in Others and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.

  1. I’ve only been Mostar once (back in 2001) to participate in the International Youth Theatre. Truly beautiful country! Think Globally, Act Locally indeed.

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  2. Another fascinating post. I totally agree with your sentiments – I love the motto “Think Globally Act Locally”! What wonderful experiences for your daughter and such beautiful photos. Thanks again for sharing and have a great weekend, best wishes Rosemary 🙂

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  3. Your child must be enjoying herself with all the experiential learning. And I see you’re starting early to train her for the bridge dive 🙂

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    • :D. Thank you for passing by and for your comments! By the way, enjoyed passing by your site, your take on Singapore is great info for passerby and love the post on The Von Trapp Family in Austria, too! Wishing you a great weekend! 🙂

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      • Thank you for your kind words. Since I live in Singapore, I thought I’d put up some of the more interesting things in case the information might be interesting for friends contemplating a visit to Singapore. I like reading your articles and will definitely see if I can plan in some places in Bosnia and Herzegovina into my itinerary if possible. Have a great weekend!

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  4. It’s so rare now to link food to the field I feel!

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