Trainging Village- My daily life in Kaiaf

-6:45 wake up and get ready for language school

A (slow) morning in Kaiaf video link.

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Me and Backari Camara. He’s a native Gambian and has been a Language and Cultural Facilitator for the Peace Corps for over 10 years. He’s a great teacher & and even better person. He’s in charge of helping my quartet learn Mandinka

– 8am to 11 language school with a break a half hour brain break 9:30
– 11am go home and spend time with my host family or nap. I usually nap…
– 1pm lunch time or kontong wattoo in Mandinka
– 2pm lunch is over and we can go hang out or if there are any culture or language questions we ask our LCF Bakari
– 2 to whenever is personal and study time. Sometimes I study or go to another volunteer s compound and study or just relax but I’m usually home by 5 to sit and practice language at my compound.

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3 thoughts on “Trainging Village- My daily life in Kaiaf

  1. Glad to hear your doing well. Hang in there. I will be waiting for those pictures. I can only dream of your experience. I am ready to get the ____ out of here!! Take Care of yourself.

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  2. Like the pics. They sent the right person for the job.Stay focused and stop thinking about that PlayStation. Watch out for them lefty’s.

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