I traveled a lot during the month of March, “helping” at other PCV’s camps and activities. Some of these were taken at my site, some on the road.
Fishing is big…
and with nets.
…mmmm dinner’s coming right up!
Just before the end of the school year … (March)
Every morning at my primary school, an assigned student reports on the cleanliness of each school room.
During the day, mean teachers like me show up to class and ask students to work.
Then it’s time for ping pong.
This is a good day in 7th grade:
Life in the village is as eventful as always.
“They” finally decided to “fix” the pot-hole road home…
Kiddies playing memory in my house.
Some of my latest visitors…
Camps are the go-to activity when foreigners show up at Thai schools:
Can you find me? It was tough to sell the YMCA song to a bunch of 14 year olds, but they broke down and started dancing eventually.
I’m not sure teaching little kids to type is my forte.
This little guy wrote down every word (everyone else had run off for a snack break).
Every camp includes hours of sweaty picture taking (okay maybe not hours, but a lot).
My friend Kyle convinced the U.S. ambassador to Thailand to come to his camp, Love the Body, Empower the Mind.
And then when the ambassador left…
Like everything else, camps involve lots of ceremony. Certificates…
…trips to the temple…
Just because it’s pretty…
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