Volunteer Abroad Blogs

No oven? No fridge? That's no problem for creative international volunteers.
Despite the ice cold showers and constant noise, this "blondie" blogger is learning to love Guyana.
Nearly three years after Haiti's 2010 earthquake, blogger Natalie Gilbert visits the country to discover that there's plenty to the country beyond the rubble.
Dealing with the unexpected abroad; issues of power and privilege.
After a year working abroad, Charity redefines her definition of success.
Volunteering abroad in Bali doesn't have to mean sacrificing dietary choices or restrictions.
Midway through his project, Andrew shares his thoughts on how to make the greatest contribution as international volunteer.
Guyana's official language may be English, but blogger Kendra feels like she's learning her native language all over again.
Just after the culture shock has worn off, Rudayna learns that she's moving from Ecuador to Nicaragua.
How to stretch your overseas intern salary by investing in secondhand clothing.
How to make a meaningful contribution while volunteering overseas.
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