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Off to Thailand…

If you received this blog via email and didn’t also receive the “Three Answers to One Question” update, you’re not “following” my Thailand Peace Corps’ blog. If you want to receive an email whenever I write about my adventure as … Continue reading

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New Blog…

My new blog (https://pcthailand.wordpress.com) now has a second post – a timeline. If you’d like to read about the steps I’ve taken to prepare for my Peace Corps adventure in Thailand, click on the link. If you want to receive … Continue reading

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My next adventure…

My brain swims through things-to-do-before-I-leave checklists. I check off one item (tell family) and add two more (post a blog, convert US dollars to Thai Bahts). I analyze suggested packing lists. One belt seems reasonable. “At least six sport bras” … Continue reading

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Zariquiegui today – Eunate tomorrow

Today I walked through Pamplona, famous for the running of the bulls each July. I considered spending the day and seeing the sights. But after the quietness of the camino, I wasn’t ready to be in tourist mode. I walked … Continue reading

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Time to Travel…

NOTE: If you want to continue to read about my Camino de Santiago journey, please go to my new blog: https://moveforwardeachday.wordpress.com and select “Follow.”  Thanks!   Preparing to travel can be overwhelming, but TIME is the key: T = Tickets I … Continue reading

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Off to Great Places

“What’s next?” friends ask, curious about the next chapter in my life. “I don’t know!” I reply, unsure of my direction. After serving as a Peace Corps Volunteer for twenty-seven months in Ghana, West Africa, I’ve spent the last ten … Continue reading

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Reality Ramblings…

A few months ago an internet video went viral among Peace Corps Volunteers. The short animation featured two points of view: an idealistic future volunteer imagining a dream life of service in another culture and a somber voice identifying the … Continue reading

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