1. Belize Boy in cultural clothes

    Boy dances to cultural Maya song

  2. Belize Flower

    11 year old girl waiting for a cultural event to begin

  3. Belize OW Chess Extravaganza

    An advertisement made for an event put on by Peace Corps volunteers Kevin Frasure and Coy Thompson in Belize. 

  4. St. Lucia Boys in St. Lucia

    We met these boys while hiking in remote Belle Vue, St. Lucia.  They were helping their father who was a coconut farmer. While much of the island has access to North American amenities such as cable tv, Costco-style super markets, and wifi, these boys were the essence of natural innocence.

  5. St. Lucia Cooling out at NSDC

    Staff, employees and trainees alike viewed 17 and 18 December 2002 at the National Skills Development Center with great anticipation.  It was our annual Open Day, a chance to showcase our new-found skills and abilities to the entire community.  Months of preparation went into everything from each class’s display, to the layout of the presentation rooms, to the sequence of events for the two days.  We were bolstered in our efforts just a few days before the event when we heard that the Governo...

  6. St. Vincent and the Grenadines Fly away

    This is a picture of me jumping off a pier at Villa Beach in St. Vincent. As you can see, this is a beautiful place to watch the sunset over the Caribbean and let your mind sort of "fly away" for a while.

  7. Morocco Roof Vineyard

    My friend Rich's host father has grapes growing across the top of their roof and let me take his picture when I stopped in this past summer for a visit. The vines snake down the front of the house and must be decades old.

  8. St. Vincent and the Grenadines Just Cliff

    In order to promote my volleyball program, Vertical, I started interviewing the participants and put the interviews on my blog called Jump. Here's one story.. what do you want me to call you on Jump? just cliff. cliff is a 5th grader at new grounds primary school. he is short and skinny and has had his ears pierced for as long as he can remember. he lives with his aunt and grandmother in new grounds village. when cliff was a baby, the vincentian government attempted to eradicate ganja farms ...

  9. St. Vincent and the Grenadines Alternative Methods

    Teaching remedial reading is a challenge, so I'm always coming up with new ideas. 

  10. Panama Youth Leadership

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“Sunset at the Railroad” by PCV Nicholas Baylor Hall. Namibia, 2011.