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The first step in going to Apia for a day is to have a reason. Without a reason, there is no point in going to Apia nor would anyone understand why you are making the minimum of an hour-long journey … Continue reading
Here in Samoa the threat of a cyclone is taken seriously. So when whispers spread of impending doom people seek out the most knowledgeable people, Peace Corps Volunteers. Somehow we get our weather forecasts a solid 2 – 3 days … Continue reading
Gardening in Samoa is EASY. If the entire world was like this everyone would be a farmer and there would be no need to mega grocery stores. Of course there is a 4-5 month window of no food from start … Continue reading
The New-Year here in Samoa has simply started off extremely busy. Karen and I have made our house our priority until work starts in a few weeks. Karen has busied herself making curtains, and cleaning the endless amount of dust. … Continue reading
Good news! As of yesterday, we have dial-up internet at our house! It may be a little slow, but that means we will be able to update much more frequently and we can start giving you a better idea of … Continue reading
This is Karen – I haven’t really been participating in the blog posts, but I’ve decided to step it up and not let Dave have the last word from Samoa. One of the things I like about Samoa is that … Continue reading