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  • Preparation for my first overseas volunteer experiencePreparation for my first overseas volunteer experience Posted by kat.chan in 2010 Nicaragua | Aug 11, 2010
  • Where There is No DoctorHere’s an important lesson for travelers arriving in a foreign country: decline when people ask to help you with your bags. When I went to Ghana in April, I fell prey to this trap and ended up tipping the guy Posted by galaurasia in Asian Navigation | Jul 28, 2010
  • Sun, Sun, Sun, Here It Comes... [i][b]Little darling, the smiles returning to the faces. Little darling, it seems like years since it's been here. Here comes the sun, here comes Posted by Foundation in Our Two Cents Worth... | Jul 27, 2010
  • Reflections In A Mirror ==I Should Learn to Shut Up...== [i]Back in April, I made an apology to everyone involved with the Foundation and it's workings. Litt Posted by Foundation in Our Two Cents Worth... | Jul 26, 2010
  • Nepali Time UpdateSo our attempt to upload blogs and photos in Thamel the other day failed when the power went out. Oh well. The photos were taking forever to upload anyway. So for now, we'll just have text updates and we'll upload Posted by galaurasia in Asian Navigation | Jul 19, 2010
  • Nepali TimeHello All, Just a quick update... We are in Nepal, working in a medical clinic in Kathmandu, and loving it. However, the internet here is pretty poor, so it's difficult to update blogs (photos especially). We are hoping to find a Posted by galaurasia in Asian Navigation | Jul 16, 2010
  • After Patience comes Amazing results! Finally making strides As many of you may know, I’m not an idle person. I can never sit still, I don’t mind napping but I don’t like it to turn into my routine and I like productivity – especially if I’m on a Posted by WendiBandi in Venturing into Kenya: Wendi's Adventures | Jul 13, 2010
  • Spring SpringsHello ! Wow, it feels like ages since I've written a blog. So much has happened! As usual, I'm always super busy and too tired to devote some time to this; I feel like I've been neglecting it recently so Posted by KatieG11 in Katie in Canada! | Jul 9, 2010
  • Subjects of Great PassionWhilst working in Sri Lanka I've been staying in a small family run guest house. This has given me the chance to sample the culinary delights of Sri Lankan home cooking, from dosai to hoppers, string hoppers, roti, rice and Posted by skerrigan in Eastern Promise | Jun 29, 2010
  • NGO relief and development workWell I’m settling into the rhythm of Sri Lankan life quite nicely now. I must admit it was hard at first, after backpacking around with fellow travelers to getting back into the a working routine. (I thought I had escaped Posted by skerrigan in Eastern Promise | Jun 23, 2010
  • Viva el peru glorioso I can not believe how fast time has gone since arriving here in Cusco. I´m sure its mainly down to being so busy and having a lot of fun. My first week in cusco was nice, staying in the family home Posted by Sampri07 in A North and South American Sandwich | May 30, 2010
  • A night in OliteIn Olite, we drive through the town wall to the Parador. It is only to unload, as there is no parking in town. This Parador is in the Castle/Church/Bishop’s manor complex built into the city wall. [img= Posted by lostagain in A big trip | May 22, 2010
  • Que Vaya Bien33 more days. 33 more times to awake to beauty of the mountains. 33 more chances to walk into OLR and be surrounded by the paralyzing joy that is the girls. I feel like I’m squinting my Posted by buscarme in En El Desconocido | May 16, 2010
  • Salmonella and ScarfsDays 3 - 6 in Cusco - 11th - 14th May Today was my first day back at the school after a spell in the health clinic! Myself and another girl Vicky spent three days in a local clinic after Posted by JoannaLucy in Jo's South American adventure | May 15, 2010
  • First visit to Pumamarca schoolDay 2 in Cusco, Peru This morning myself and the other 14 volunteers visited the school in Pumamarca where we will be working for the next month. Pumamarca, meaning area of the Puma; is a small agricultural community located in Posted by JoannaLucy in Jo's South American adventure | May 10, 2010
  • Gracias a TiFirst I want to say thank you to all of you who donated! I have reached my goal! I feel a new lease on life here, to not have to have financial worries on my mind, and as Posted by buscarme in En El Desconocido | May 7, 2010
  • PortraitsI think when you travel abroad you lose yourself and find yourself again and again. Right now I’m glad to say that I’m in “the finding” period. And more and more, I’m finding God in the home. Posted by buscarme in En El Desconocido | Apr 28, 2010
  • Annapurna Self Sutaining Orphan Home A typical day can be described as follows. We would usually get up around 6:00 or so and Amma would have tea for us shortly after. It was hard to sleep in as Amma was usually up well before Posted by pmunson in Peter and Meghans Big Trip | Apr 27, 2010
  • A Village Home Stay We left Kathmandu early in the morning for the 7 ½ hour bus ride to Pokhara. We were sat in the back of the “AC” bus (AC is Nepali for windows) and as usual we were on the sunny side. Posted by pmunson in Peter and Meghans Big Trip | Apr 26, 2010
  • Man eating lions? Welcome to Tsavo..I've neglected this blog long enough, so with a little (a lot, actually), of persuasion from Babs, I've decided to finally 'update' (I think inform is now the right word) you on the final 3 weeks I spent in Kenya Posted by flynck in Kenya blog | Apr 25, 2010
  • Third Year in TapiniWell just last week I started my third year in Tapini. Last year my biggest job for the year was my landscaping project. Over 9 months the students and I took the block of jungle next to the music room and Posted by tonybozz in Tapini, PNG | Feb 8, 2012
  • I Wish I Could Give... ==It's Been Awhile== I feel the need to take this time and apologize to all of you. It's been several weeks since our last Kiva contributions - f Posted by Foundation in Our Two Cents Worth... | Apr 20, 2010
  • empowermentMwala district lies in the Eastern province.Its a semi arid region with a a hilly terrain and with about a million residents(as per the 1999) census.Its well endowed with a permanent river, River Athi 1 of the biggest we Posted by missymadam in travel and empower disadvantaged women | Apr 20, 2010
  • A Request10 weeks to go. The end is in sight. How did this happen?! I don’t know. One day I’m helping clean out the classrooms and learning how to write lesson plans and then next I’m starting Posted by buscarme in En El Desconocido | Apr 19, 2010
  • MEDCAP in AfghanistanFriday and Saturday myself and three pilots went to the Zerco (?) Valley for a MEDCAP mission to help women and children. The village was about 7 minutes from Shindand via helicopter. We spent a day and a Posted by ErinDriver in Drivers Touring Europe....and Beyond | Apr 9, 2010
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