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Category Archives: 3 Lessons Learned
There are countless (as in, more than we feel like counting) groups on Flickr and Panoramio dedicated to signs – misspelled signs, signs with double entendres, vandalized signs, old racist signs and tacky vintage signs. Signs, authoritative in their permanence … Continue reading
“So to you, all the kids/ All across the land There’s no need to argue/ Parents just don’t understand” While these lines certainly hold true for those whose parents insist on buying them dorky clothes that provoke fits of laughter … Continue reading
Carved with elegant patience by the furious currents of the Yangtze, Tiger Leaping Gorge – dramatic and audacious in its grandeur, teeming with terrace-toiling Naxi’s, and seemingly burdened with a Chinglish-y name – is a gobstopper of gobsmackery, providing travelers … Continue reading
Actually, somehow, it didn’t. Probably because we didn’t eat most of it. Although we did sample snake (to avenge our phobic physician friend), chicken’s feet (a gift from our cowboy hat-sporting trainmates) and, of course, dog meat, our knowing bowels tended to … Continue reading
On our recent All-American Peace Corps Grand Tour of Kazakhstan 2010 (Kaz69), we spied on just about every Volunteer’s bookshelf their Corps-required copy of David Werner’s Where There Is No Doctor, a detailed (and very graphically illustrated) guide to facing … Continue reading
Part II of our thorough, incisive, unbiased, wholesome, American, thirdhand account of Kazakhstan. (Continued from Part I.) Names: Mark and Mike Location: Taraz, a reasonably picturesque college town Profession: Peace Corps non-profit management consultant and English teacher, respectively Kaz21 Newbies, Mark, … Continue reading