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Many video games are filled with “dungeons.” These are multi-level, enclosed environments that the player has to navigate and eventually escape to advance to the next level of the game. There’s often puzzles, villains, and various challenges embedded in a … Continue reading
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I suppose a pit stop is a stop between two different locations, but I wanted to be alliterative. Finding myself so close to Penang for work at the moment, I simply hopped over to the island for a short weekend … Continue reading
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This is the second part of a two part blog post on my recent return trip to Nicaragua; my first trip back since I completed my service. Check out Part 1 here. One place in Nicaragua I could never convince … Continue reading
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Last Tuesday was my group’s Close of Service Presentation. We had 30 minutes in which we had to present on our service to the entire Peace Corps Nicaragua staff, plus the American Ambassador to Nicaragua. It is a bit nerve-racking … Continue reading
There is nothing like the sweet taste of working on a project, planning, communicating, seeing it through, executing, and feeling a sense of success at the other end. Back on Ometepe I was introduced to Marco, from Mateare. He works … Continue reading
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