October 2, 2012
Opposite the WAYout studio was an abandoned hospital, now home to around sixty families. These boys would spend their days either playing football, or playing with tyres - who would think tyres could provide an endless source of entertainment? They would race them down the slope, roll them back up again - up and down, up and down. Or it was football, two rocks on the ground acting as a goal. That is, until the big boys got back from school, or from a day working, and the little ‘uns were relegated to the role of cheering from the roof of a nearby car.

Opposite the WAYout studio was an abandoned hospital, now home to around sixty families. These boys would spend their days either playing football, or playing with tyres - who would think tyres could provide an endless source of entertainment? They would race them down the slope, roll them back up again - up and down, up and down. Or it was football, two rocks on the ground acting as a goal. That is, until the big boys got back from school, or from a day working, and the little ‘uns were relegated to the role of cheering from the roof of a nearby car.