Not much to write about. This week is our last week of language classes. Starting next week we will go to Faleloa (the village at the end of the island and where I’ll be living after training) everyday to receive our technical training. From what I understand, we will be split up into the different sectors which we will be teaching. So I will be grouped with the other primary school teachers. Our main instructor will be Dora who just arrived this week from Bulgaria. She has been a language teacher for Peace Corps for many years. She is our teacher because our primary task is teaching English to our students.
Today Laukau was driving into Pangai to go shopping I think, so some Peace Corps volunteers and I caught a ride with him. I’m hopefully picking up my bike from Juleigh, one of the volunteers in Ha’apai. Sarah (The volunteer who just left and who used to live in my house) left my bike with her, so it will be real nice to not have to walk and hitchhike everywhere.
For the last few days it has been really hot here. Yesterday was by far the hottest. It felt that way anyway because we couldn’t do anything since it was Sunday. We literally just sat around talking to each other, sweating. I think it was probably only in the low 80’s but humidity is ridiculous.
That’s all for now and here are some pics.
Homestay Living Room
My Homestay Mom, Lei