Jennifer Cox is a writer and communications expert from North Island College on Vancouver Island, Canada. She travelled to Hanoi, Vietnam in 2017 to participate
"Si dans un village étranger tu trouves des gens marchant la tête en bas, marches la tête en bas……" Proverbe Burkinabé
Un petit pays mais enrichit de culture locale par son histoire, ses coutumes et son folklore. Ainsi, il n'en reste pas moins curieux et de toute beauté..!
Greetings from the world’s coldest capital city, land of the eternal blue sky, once home of the largest empire the world has ever known.
''Hello humans, coming to you live from Peru! Follow the journey if you´d like.''
I am an International Development student, currently volunteering with CECI for 8 months in Kathmandu, Nepal.
“One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.” – Henry Miller
Fourth year International Development student at uWaterloo, currently located in Sri Lanka, Professional tea drinker, making Ceylon tea GREAT again!
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