Fifty-three Kenyan seventh graders and an English book…GO!

Posted on February 5th, 2014 by BreAnn

There’s something about being handed a falling-apart English book, being given NO guidance or lesson plan, and standing yourself in front of 50+ African seventh graders in a dirty, cement classroom with no electricity, desks falling apart, and being equipped with ONLY a single piece of chalk and your brain and being told by the […]

Volunteering in Trat: The most fulfilling experience of the trip thus far

Posted on August 30th, 2013 by James

Hello! James here… So there we were again: stuck at another border crossing with travel agencies that didn’t see BreAnn and I as anything more than walking cash machines.  This time, we were exiting Cambodia and trying to make our way through the eastern boarder of Thailand.  We were on our way to the small […]

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