1. Honduras Business Simulations

    Our Business group completed a business simulation with local students.  We taught them business skills, made products, and sold them all in a week.  All groups made a profit. 

  2. Belize Fan Making

    A boy making a traditional fan for the school culture day.

  3. Belize My House

    My thatch house in a village in the Southern part of Belize. Built by a previous volunteer.

  4. Belize World Map Initiative

    Teaching using world map painted on the side of the school as part of the Peace Corps World Map Initiative.

  5. Belize Yo Creek Sunset

    Sunset of Yo Creek Village in the Orange Walk District of Belize

  6. Belize 2010 Swearing in

    The belize 2010-2012 swearing in class of volunteers taken May 28, 2010 in Belmopan, Belize

  7. Belize OW Chess Extravaganza

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

  8. 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.

  9. 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...

  10. Senegal Lucky in Love

    Sept-place rides were usually exercises in mental oblivion.  Two hours on horrible, pitted Senegalese roads was enough to make anyone fear for their safety, and my usual companions in shared sept-place cars were annoying young men brimming with marriage proposals.  I preferred to sleep or bury my nose in a book.  But one afternoon I ended up beside a pleasant-faced woman who introduced herself, in perfect English, as Anta. “I live in Kaolack,” she explained, “But I grew up in The Gambia.  Fa...

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