Presentation: Chris Steer
Chris, originally from the UK, is an English language teacher who has now lived half his life in Czechia. He is interested in people, sport, music, film, and the outdoors. Since seeing an Australian aborigine make a traditional boomerang on TV as a child, he has been particularly interested in handicrafts, primitive technology, and survival.
The session will take the form of an interactive conversation about wilderness survival theory along the lines of the party game “what would you take with you to survive on a desert island?” Only this time it will be a cold, snowy desert island with no coconuts. We will look at survival priorities, a list of survival tasks, and the appropriate survival items needed to fulfill them, picking up relevant vocabulary along the way.
Presentation: Priska Finková
You are invited to the following programme.
When I was a girl, I used to spend hours lying on the carpet watching maps in my grandmother´s flat. I was fascinated by that huge mass of water called the Pacific with its Ring od Fire and mysterious deserts. Then, after a few years I discovered mountains. Chile has it all. The choice was clear.
I was lucky – I could go. So I went…