Gareth Volunteer Abroad in Bulenga, Kampala My Favorite Memory:This is a difficult question but I think I would say going down the hill next to the church and the water pump. Losts of people were carrying their water in the opposite direction. Music was playing in the church and the sun was setting. People were waving and smiling at me as they passed. It was very “African”. I was surprised that….I was given a class of 13 year olds to teach for a week without any prior teaching experience and after only half an hour of reading a maths book GVA GARAGE DOORS Surrey GVA Garage Doors Repair Surrey Our range of 24/7 garage door repair services include: Spring repairOpener repairCable repairGarage ReplacementBroken MotorsDamaged RollersLocks & SecurityEmergency Garage Door Repair & Full Range of Door Repair Services Our 24/7 garage door repair services in Surrey far exceed the efforts of our competitors. Our attractive prices make garage door repair in your home very affordable. All of our technicians are experienced in repairing doors from every manufacturer so you will be in safe hands with us.
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Ellen and Amy Volunteer in Quito, Ecuador Ellen and Amy Volunteer in Quito, EcuadorReviewed by Admin on Mar 6Rating: We are medical students from Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine located in Colorado in the United States. Our host mother & ABV Coordinator, Laura Cordoba, would like us to provide some information about the work we have been doing here in Ecuador. Our first week in Ecuador, we worked with abused and neglected children in one of the orphanages here in Quito. We observed children with fetal alcohol syndrome and those with reactive attachment disorder. We very much enjoyed caring and teaching these children during the week. Dr. Camille Bentley DO Volunteer Abroad in Nepal Medical Mission Trip How would you describe your experience working with the ABV staff, both in the US and in Nepal. Excellent. Info provided prior to our departure was helpful, and Scott, Sunita and all the people in Nepal were just fantastic. We all felt very welcomed , safe and well cared for while there. How would you describe your overall experience?
Jin Volunteer Abroad in Cusco, Peru Jin Volunteer Abroad in Cusco, PeruReviewed by Admin on Feb 23Rating: My Favorite Memory: After I had been at the clinic for about one week, one of the girls that lived there asked me if today was my last day. I told her that I would be there for the whole month and she hugged me very sweetly and said, “Buena amiga.” She was 6 years old. Another great memory was when it was extremely sunny out one day. I took some of the girls outside to sit in the sun before dinner. Melanie Volunteer Abroad in Uganda Melanie Volunteer Abroad in UgandaReviewed by Admin on Feb 7Rating: My Favorite Memory: Reuniting with the kids at Hope. This was my second trip to Uganda with ABV and it was awesome to continue to foster the relationships with the orphans and other people in the community. In Africa, it’s all about relationships! I was surprised that….Bulenga is such an urban area now. While it’s still considered rural compared to Kampala, it is a bustling town as people have moved out of the city in the outlying areas.
Jock Volunteer Abroad in Kpando Ghana Jock Volunteer Abroad in Kpando GhanaReviewed by Admin on Feb 7Rating: My Favorite Memory: Really hard to choose just one… but I think it was helping the kids with homework and reading at the end of the day. I was surprised that…. Laurisa Volunteer in Bulenga, Uganda Laurisa Volunteer in Bulenga, UgandaReviewed by Admin on Jan 30Rating: My Favorite Memory: My favorite memory would have to be being chosen as the godmother of Sam (an ABV coordinator) child who is due in April. My other favorite memory is being able to bond with the children of Good Hope and getting to know them. I was surprised that…. to live comfortably and be happy I actually needed very little and that my laptop was not a necessity! The most difficult thing I experienced was….The most difficult thin for me was realizing how far from home I actually was and becoming comfortable with that.
Zach Volunteer Abroad in Cusco, Peru Zach Volunteer Abroad in Cusco, PeruReviewed by Admin on Dec 27Rating: My Favorite Memory: spending time with my hosts, Doris and Victor laughing and talking I was surprised that….I was able to manage The most difficult thing I experienced was…. the first week and the kids disrespect for me.
Courtney Volunteer in Mtongwe, Kenya, Africa Courtney Volunteer in Mtongwe, Kenya, AfricaReviewed by Admin on Dec 22Rating: My Favorite Memory: My favorite memory at DGS was teaching Class Five about [eye] pupils. They didn’t believe that the pupils constricted and dilated because their irises are so dark and they cannot see the size changes. Megan Volunteer Abroad in Cusco, Peru Megan Volunteer Abroad in Cusco, PeruReviewed by Admin on Dec 21Rating: My Favorite Memory: I have so many great memories, I don’t think I can choose just one. My favorite memory related to my actual volunteer work is playing soccer, throwing the Frisbee, and playing games in the courtyard with the kids at the Clinic. Also, I prepared little Christmas stockings full of gifts for each child and passed them out on my last day at the clinic.
Charlotte Volunteer Abroad in Kathmandu, Nepal Charlotte Volunteer Abroad in Kathmandu, NepalReviewed by Admin on Dec 5Rating: My Favorite Memory: Walking the kids to school every morning through the hillsides and back country of Kathmandu – such amazing scenery. And then dropping them off, I felt like a mother duckling, which was frightening but slightly endearing. I was surprised that…. Kathmandu was so large and chaotic – it’s right in between the lands of mass consumption and poverty.
Chantelle Volunteer Abroad in Hanoi, Vietnam Chantelle Volunteer Abroad in Hanoi, VietnamReviewed by Admin on Nov 30Rating: Thanks for everything, I really enjoyed the last month.. It’s been an unforgettable experience. I’ll definitely recommend it to as many people as possible! I was surprised that…. Hanoi was so touristy, I didn’t expect it to be such a famous tourist spot.