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Gracias Fiji! It was one hell of a ride.

Colombia is a very conservative country in terms of open-mindedness. After a year in the US and a month in Fiji that have changed my perception regarding several things in life –mostly because of the people and mentalities I’ve gotten to know— I’ve realized that as much as I love my home country, its society has a very limiting mindset in many aspects. 6,927 more words


The Spiritual Dip

Well the post is not over yet,it was what happened later that really made it a spiritual dip and not a holy dip.

Juan more week in Fiji, Juan more week to go :(

As I grew up I felt time going by faster and faster. Days became shorter, weeks and months flew by in a breeze, and before I knew it I was celebrating New Year’s with my family over and over. 1,749 more words


Love at first sight? It's a thing.

Earlier this year when it was finally 100% certain that I was coming to Fiji, and the typical ‘what are you doing this summer?’ conversation popped up, people always told me that I was in for paradisiacal beaches and incredible landscapes. 1,418 more words


Describe my teaching experience? I'll need more than a few lines...

If you ever played a sport, was there ever a time when you scored the winning goal and your whole team cheered for you? Or if you were a performer, do you remember how you felt when the audience clapped for you at the end of the show? 1,674 more words


It's official... I'm a 'teacher' !!!

Have you ever been in a situation in which you’re in charge but you really don’t know what you’re doing? Well that was my Monday at school – yup, my first day of teaching. 1,469 more words


No wonder Fijians are so happy! First weekend as a volunteer.

The weekend of the 10th (and a little bit of Thursday)

Have you ever met a little kid and really hit it off? I don’t mean it in a creepy Michael-Jackson/come-here-baby- sort of way, but in a you-play-with-the-kid-and-the-kid-laughs-a-lot sort of way. 1,641 more words