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Yaoundé, je t'aime

I mentioned in my last blog that the other Cameroon volunteers and I would all be going to Yaoundé. There were two events that we attended while we were there; la Rencontre Trimestrielle and la Réunion Régionale. 2,121 more words

Erin's Edéa

ABC in Les Diablerets

Since I could not download the slides of my ABC course in Les Diablerets in one go, I broke them by chapters as follows. … 151 more words

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Marley Manor

After a bit of a creepy start, my apartment in Kingston truly became a wonderful home away from home. I said good bye to my little sanctuary today, but I won’t soon forget it! 539 more words

All the Lasts

Tonight is my last night in Kingston. I’ve said good byes and packed up my things, and now, save for one more sleep and a few last minute chores, I am done here. 459 more words

Habituation

I have found that developing habits here is imperative for me when it comes to settling into Edéa and I have started to develop them in many aspects of my life from fitness, to food, to taking the motorcycle on my own (almost) every morning. 1,484 more words

Erin's Edéa

The journey begins when you buy the ticket

I have been meaning to post for a while, recognizing that the me who started this journey (not just volunteering in Jamaica, but redesigning my life to allow for that and so much more) is still me even in double layers of wool socks and huddled up to my fireplace. 353 more words

My Journey

In no particular order…

  • File Jamaican tax refund
  • Send all travel-related receipts to Cuso head office
  • Prepare and submit final Placement Progress Report
  • Complete Exit Interview questionnaire…
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