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Enjoying life out in the bush is always one of the highlights of volunteering in South Africa. And with company its 10 times better! πŸ˜†

To learn through connections & experiences while ? 🀘Our first takes us to a family farm in , which has evolved into a "university" for sharing knowledge, skills and full video now:

As a wildlife volunteer, moments like these are worth every minute while you are in Kenya! And we bet our volunteers are having an amazing evening! 😁

The walls at the creche in St. Lucia have had a colorful upgrade! Our volunteers, honing in on their artistic skills, decorated the walls with shapes, numbers and the alphabet. πŸšΈπŸ”€

to this incredible trip to the Dominican Republic in 2016. πŸ‡©πŸ‡΄β€οΈ We had the opportunity to give back to a community and build a house for a family in need. This was truly a life changing experience that sparked my love for πŸŒŽβš’πŸ πŸ’ͺ🏼

Thank you for your generosity and hospitality, Wakipa Women! Teaching our volunteers and interns in Moshi about their Tanzanian culture through food, music and dance. These women are truly a wonder... ❀️

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Happy food Friday! PCV Bre made gumbo over rice for some friends in her site. She had fun using food as a way to talk about different cultures within the US! .

I'll be speaking about our work in Sri Lanka at this event on Saturday, if you're interested in getting involved in our project please come along!

Spending the day on Matiu Island volunteering to clear trails! πŸ“· dphillipi17, BCA Dunedin, NZL

CED PCV Brittany’s family from the states came down to visit her and meet her host family in Costa Rica a few weeks ago. They had a barbecue and spend a lot of quality time together!

Volunteering through Workaway will save you money and time. Connect with great hosts and volunteers around the globe and list your experiences on your profile πŸ‘‹πŸΌ

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Day 6 - 19/12/18

I’m soaked in boredom. I talked with my project manager to sort things up in how to teach the kids and she gave me some helpful advices.

We had iced milk coffee and egg soup with quail eggs for breakfast. I don’t really drink coffee but vietnamese coffee is just darn good.

Taught the kids the same thing again, was trying to show them what’s UP DOWN LEFT RIGHT…But at least they have understood UP and Down. The sister was happy when she asked the kid how to pronounce the alphabets and they did it! wooo 


Shefali says she’s leaving for a different project as there weren’t enough people there, she left us so sudden. :( We were worried as the time was getting late, luckily the sisters helped her <3   

We had sticky rice and passion fruit drink with some chia seeds I think? 

 We practiced our dance for Christmas after nigh class today, it was my first time choreographing lmaooo it kinda sucks compared when me and friends brainstorm for aerobics class during highschool :P

Visited Mama C’s orphanage earlier today to pick her up to go pay for the orphanages rent for 2017.
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Giving back

I have really been thinking a lot about where I want to go next year and where I want to run a marathon next year (internationally). I know that February of THIS year is not yet over but since I’ve planned so far in advance for this year, I wanted to at least think about 2017 since I have a few things to plan around, such as work travel and a wedding to attend in February.

This year’s travel unintentionally resulted in a theme; that theme being Eastern Europe (every country I’m visiting borders one of the others I’m visiting!), I think that I need a theme for 2017, or at least one common trait among the 4 minimum countries that I visit. The first thought that came to mind was tropical, then islands, then South America. I was stumped on how to choose one.

This morning my question was answered when I remembered an organization in Haiti that I heard about last year and how they were helping people in Haiti learn English with native English-speakers via video chat. Even though that no longer seems to be a way to help, I found my idea for 2017 - giving back. I want to be able to do a service project of some sort in every country I visit. I know that a lot of organizations don’t just let you swoop in and do some volunteering while you happen to be on holiday in their country, so this will take some careful planning.

Ideally, I’d like to visit a Caribbean nation or perhaps two, Haiti or Cuba are first on the list, and I’d like spend a week in one of those countries doing volunteer work. What? I don’t know. I’m also planning to visit Peru next year and while that will be a vacation, I’m working with a tour company for that trip so I can easily ask the tour guide to search for a volunteer day or afternoon and add it to my itinerary. I don’t know where else I am planning on going in 2017, but this will definitely get my creative juices flowing and make me step outside of my comfort zone to ask about volunteering with organizations. 

Overall, I’m looking forward to the challenge of 2017 travel already.