This is my final post! My service ended on April 21, 2016. I lived with my then-fiancée Emma in Blantyre City until we finally received her K-1 visa from the […]
This is part of a new series I will do that will help DIYers do what they do best — Peace Corps Malawi style. Ahh, wine. You make me feel […]
There is no ‘typical’ Peace Corps Volunteer experience and among Volunteers even in the same country, no typical day-to-day routine. I brought my camera along with me for a day […]
The days intent was ambitious: wash dishes, install a larger drain pipe in my indoor bathing room, visit a comrade from a local NGO on her lunch hour, cut and […]
I’m awaking now under a dilapidated mosquito net to the sound of a whirring fan precariously perched on the wall a few feet from the foot of my bed. I […]
First experiences in my new home!
The title translates to, “Hello, how are you?” In Malawi, the official working language is English but many people speak only the local language Chichewa. Hold tight as I add more!