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GSE Ecuador 2015: MEET OUR STAFF!
My name is Richard Masato Creelman, I am 29 years old and this is my
5th year leading trips for GSE. I was born and raised in Fairfax,
California and graduated from UCSC with a B.S. in Marine Biology. I
am an avid outdoorsman and spend my free time enjoying this beautiful
world that surrounds us. In working with GSE, I have taken on the
role of project management. In my ...
... of mass produced "hand made" alpaca goods, souvenirs, little guitars and t-shirts. 3- the local section that felt like markets in Melbourne with a variety of 'authentic' Hollister and other brand name clothing for similar prices you would expect to pay for a cheap copy. 4- the food section. Bags of every grain under the sun turned into a flour, giant pig carcasses with tomatoes jammed in their mouths, and all sorts of street food that looked awesome but likely to result ...
Yesterday I went to the airport at 4am and checked in our bags. We had breakfast in the VIP lounge and got on our plane. The first plane was too Madrid airport then we would take a second plane to Quito airport. The first journey was about two hours long and I made a dual fishtail rainbow loom. When we arrived at Madrid we got on a plane that would take us too Quito. ...
... very long and arduous day.
The Next Morning:
Our new day started off very well, with a large and delicious breakfast. It seems that every meal here (in my past travels and now) comes with large plates of FRESH fruit and bread. It is awesome… Not sure why, but the fresh fruit grown here on the equator is beyond anything I’ve ever had elsewhere.
Now it's time that we are back at ...
... experience is really showing me that that's where my heart is. Being able to work on a professional level with unfamiliar populations who are in need of support is really exciting to me, and there are so many specific challenges to working with foreign populations! There are a ton of social issues that affect Canadians or North Americans as a whole, but comparatively they are minute when considering the things people living in developing countries deal with ...