The girl went to the islands for the weekend and was stuck there for a year and a half

(ORDO NEWS) — The British woman, who flew to the islands for a weekend to rest, was stuck there for a year and a half. During this time, she was left without work, lost things as a result of a cyclone, but at the same time received a master’s degree remotely.

Reported by Liverpool Echo.

Zoe Stevens, 27, went to rest for a bit last March, but with borders urgently closed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, she was unable to return to the UK.

For a year and a half, her life has changed a lot. During a strong cyclone, the girl lost almost all of her belongings. She was also forced to quit her job, because there was no opportunity to work remotely. 

Zoe did not become sad about this and devoted her free time to education. She completed the courses remotely and received her master’s degree. The British said that she did everything possible to spend this time with benefit.

Zoe organized a charity marathon and helped raise funds for animals in Tonga. It is worth noting that the island of Tonga has the largest number of people with type 2 diabetes. At the same time, it is almost impossible to find an experienced veterinarian. Therefore, the girl decided to combine these two problems and try to solve them at least partially.

The Kingdom of Tonga is a small state located in Polynesia and occupies 177 islands of the archipelago of the same name.

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