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  1. July 15, 2011 11:02 pm

    thanks…
    i laugh so hard and wish I could write like you do. It helps to read what you say so easily. I write so differently and have just put up my own blog for reasons to coach newbees.
    stuffexpataidworkerslike, puts a smile on my face. reality. hard facts. things inside of me not expressed.

    terry,
    theaidworker.com

  2. November 14, 2011 9:37 am

    This is the funniest blog I’ve seen.
    We are Americans who live in Yucatan and there are strong similarities between the expat aid workers and just plain expats.
    Your posts hit the spot(s).
    Beryl Gorbman, Merida Yucatan

  3. Jessica permalink
    December 20, 2011 2:34 pm

    Any chance you guys can start a “Top Posts” section? Linking to the most liked or most viewed posts?

    Thanks for the laughs!

    • December 20, 2011 5:22 pm

      done! check the side bar. :)

  4. January 31, 2012 5:07 pm

    I love reading your blog. The travel visa had me in stitches. I love my visas. I was wondering if you could give any advice to a new undergrad graduate looking for even the most menial aid work. I want to get field experience. I’ve been scouring the internet and everyone wants experience, but I can’t find anything to get experience!

  5. Renee Manning permalink
    February 23, 2012 9:45 am

    My daughter Evelyn is serving in the Peace Corp in South Africa. She texted me that she left her sandals in Pretoria and can’t live without them. She asked if I could get her a new pairand to mention where she is serving. She is a size 7. There is an REI store that carries them in Woburn MA. or should I order them on line?
    Thanks

    • UKLAID permalink
      June 9, 2012 3:23 pm

      Is this for real??? Amazing sarcasm!

  6. Daz permalink
    July 11, 2012 7:26 pm

    http://www.facebook.com/giga.jirga

    Classic stuff expat workers like – alcohol and drug fueled parties in remote locations, great tunes, good times, reminisces about experiences and encounters and the whole place teeming with smugness and self-satisfaction.

  7. Dimitry Gershenson permalink
    August 13, 2012 3:37 pm

    This Blog is incredible. It perfectly sums up so much of the ridiculousness that I witnessed as a Peace Corps volunteer in Honduras. Thank you so much!

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