I was able to post some photos that have been taken by other volunteers this afternoon. I have posted them all here, so please click here to view them. You should note that I have not had the time to view, edit, or properly label these photos; so you’ll just have to figure out what […]
Yesterday was a great day of training, for it was our culture day. We loaded up three busses, which look more like vans, and headed south of Georgetown toward the airport. After about an hour and a half, we arrived to a small cricket field and creek. The facilities were like what you would find […]
A month ago, my family and I were in Hawaii celebrating my brother’s graduation from grad school and my upcoming adventure with the Peace Corps. Cameron (my brother) has put some of the photos of our trip online, which you my view by clicking here. Enjoy.
We have just completed three days of HIV/AIDS training. Going into it, most of us could imagine what we would talk about for three whole days. But in the end, much of the information was useful. Most everyone in our group of 23 is doing well. Darren, one of the Information Technology volunteers has had […]
We have just completed our second full week of training, although we have been here nearly three weeks. We have about eight more weeks of training left, so I thought I’d take the time to give you an average walk through of a 24-hour day as a Peace Corps Volunteer in training. I should note […]