HYATT house Shelton
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I'm sitting here on my grand parents' porch drinking a cup of coffee and listening to the crickets and all the lovely sounds of nature. I am very content here. I had a great visit to Vermont - ended up staying longer than intended but I was glad to see all of my friends from there and enjoy the familiarity of my surroundings during my stay there. It's nice to have a place like Vermont to go back to. I saw many of my ...
I'm headed back to Africa and I'm really, really excited. My last visit was incredible. It was really eye opening in a lot of ways. It was also back breaking because digging foundation holes is really hard work. This trip will be a shorter actual build (5 days vs 10 days) and will have trips to ...
... the library for like an hour it felt like lol. Had dinner with betty at this little place, it was totally amazing and filling to the extreme.
Today i woke up around 730, showered and i'm headed to the sale for green team. Then i have the ice cream social at 1 and then i'm going to see about some nachos at the FYSC :)
Tonight is going to be filled with me putting all my clothes away and making sure the place is spotless for kyle to move in!
It's been a while since I last wrote and A LOT has happened! In short summary:
-I had my fundraiser in May which had a great turn out of friends, family and community members.
-I raised enough money to fully cover my plane ticket and most of the program costs.
-I received all of my vaccines (yellow fever, Hep A, Typhoid) and I've started on Ant-malarial Pills.
-I applied ...
Today I got the email from IVHQ that I was accepted to the Teaching Program in Ghana! According to the email, here are some details of the program:
Teaching in Ghana:
Although Ghana is an English speaking country, many school children cannot communicate effectively in the English language. This is a common phenomenon in both rural and urban areas of Ghana, hence the need to recruit and place volunteers in ...