July Expedition Part 4 July 27th 2009 Travelblog July Part 4
“If you come across an 30 inch tall, naked infant that is holding a 36 inch blade vertically over his head as he stares you in the face and cries his little eyes out in fear…you may be in Sulemari Village.”
On our first night in Sulemari, the boys in our team went to the river to have a swim and wash the road dirt from our backs. On our return to the village we ... read more
Oceania » Vanuatu » Santo The British and French, who settled the New Hebrides in the 19th century, agreed in 1906 to an Anglo-French Condominium, which administered the islands until independence in 1980.... ... read more
The current endeavor has me working as a director for a small humanitarian aid organization. Project MARC is a non-governmental organization that provides medical assistance to remote communities in island nations. The projects we do range from building clinics to installing water systems to vaccinating children.
This website will serve as a log of my activities and will hopefully allow people to observe the projects while they happen. If you scroll down to some of last year's journal entries, you can see some of the places I've been privileged enough to visit. ... full info