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The National Entrepreneurship Congress and Competition is over. The school year is all but over. The wonders of Matagalpa have been explored. Thanksgiving has been had at the Ambassador’s Residence. What now? What do I do, with respect to work, … Continue reading
Posted in Peace Corps, Travel, Work Tagged Ambassador, Ambassador's House, Ambassador's Residence, America, commercial sex worker, commercial sex workers, domestic violence, embassy, entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship competition, Entrepreneurship Congress, Esteli, HIV, León, LGB, LGBT, LGBTQ, LGBTQA, Matagalpa, Nicaragua, pool, prostitute, prostitutes, self-esteem, sex worker, sex workers, swimming, swimming pool, Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving Dinner, turkey, United States, United States of America, US, USA Leave a comment
A Thanksgiving Gift
Of course I wish I were home for Thanksgiving. Nothing would be better than a beer at the Peekskill Brewery with John and other friends tonight, followed by seeing my Aunt and Uncles’ new house in NJ tomorrow. However, that’s just … Continue reading
Posted in Peace Corps, Travel, Vlog Tagged 95, ambasador, beer, Bob Dylan, dinner, Dylan, embassy, home, I-95, I95, Interstate 95, Old Crow Medicine Show, Peekskill, Stephen Kellogg, Stephen Kellogg & The Sixers, storm, Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving Dinner, Thanksgiving Eve, Thanksgiving travel, Travel, turkey 1 Comment
Although I’ve been in Nicaragua for nearly three months, I wasn’t actually a Volunteer until last Friday morning. During the first 11 weeks in country, when you are in training, you are considered a Trainee, not a Volunteer. To become … Continue reading
Posted in Peace Corps, Training Tagged Cuerpo de Paz, diplomat, embassy, Foreign Service, Jurementación, León, Managua, Nicaragua, oath, oath of office, Peace Corps, swearing in, United States of America, US, US Peace Corps, USA Leave a comment