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Why I don't go out at night (much)

I don’t go out at night. Much. While living in Canada I did. A lot.

If I wasn’t going to be fed somewhere, going to the movies, to take photos, or do my weekly grocery shopping, I would just randomly walk around the neighbourhood to clear my lungs and head. 286 more words

Madagascar

What's the craic?

For the third year running, Lifebox ran to sign up and attend the Rotary International in Great Britain & Ireland Conference – now in its 90th year, dignified and dedicated as ever! 424 more words

From THB (Three Horses Beer) to THB (THai Baht)

We arrived at the airport a mere hour after ringing the unofficial Peace Corps bell, and officially ending our Peace Corps service.  We stood at check in for about 5 minutes before seeing the bad news – Flight Cancelled.   1,272 more words

Un nouveau produit pour combattre la malnutrition aigüe chez les enfants dans le sud de Madagascar


 

Un nouveau produit pour combattre la malnutrition aigüe chez les enfants dans le sud de Madagascar

 

ANTANANARIVO, Madagascar, 16 avril 2015/African Press Organization (APO)/ — … 417 more words

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Under the radar: beaches

Ah, it truly is a paradise. I live like a king and act like an ass, just like the fraction of us people who are better off in the world tend to so very often do. 314 more words

Random Thoughts

Paka Picnic

To celebrate Eatser, we walked two miles away to have a big picnic. With Tsisys and pots on pots on pots of food in tow, we spent the day eating rice, playing the drum, having dance parties and playing cards (I taught everyone the Malasgasy version of Spoons). 24 more words

Madagascar

No Trespassing

We do the best we can, but privacy here is like good beer, there’s not a lot of it.

Especially in the hospital.

While it has three rooms and offices, the majority of what happens here happens in one of the main rooms, which means doubling, tripling or quadrupling up on activities. 212 more words

Peace Corps