Update from Zambia: August 21st

Aug 21st, 2011 David Berger 1 min read

Sunday aug 21. Had a great day today. Studied most of the morning, got some Frisbee in, had time to think, ate about 125 grams of soya pieces, biked. Pretty awesome. Then came back to my homestay, honed my knife, worked on some house projects: a different kind of rock stove made of just low heat fired brick and sand mortar. I want to test…

Update from Zambia: August 17th

Aug 21st, 2011 David Berger 1 min read

Wed. Aug 17th. So. My leg got owned by something. Four half dollar sized bites are super itchy but manageable. I’m still loving Zambia. Today we built protective and preventative health structures in our training communities. IE: We fenced off a well to prevent animals and children from harm and built drying racks so dishes were kept from contamination. This morning we learned about PACA,…

Update from Zambia: August 17th

Aug 21st, 2011 David Berger 1 min read

Limited internet access. Have to send updates through Facebook, typed on my phone. Cisuma. Monday Aug fifteenth. Things here in Kabeleka are going well. I’m integrating well into my host family and an progressing in technical and language training. We had our first language session exam today. I felt very confident in it. I can now introduce myself. Name nationality profession and marital status, a…

PST – Brief update

Aug 13th, 2011 David Berger 2 min read

Hey all, Don’t have much time, pretty tight schedule. Wanted to post a quickly typed rushed update. Doing well, no health upsets, having a blast, loving zambian people, culture, food, and the care and compassion of the Peace Corps team here. I’m really enjoying it. I got my first letter yesterday postmarked the 21st of July but no others as of yet. Not terrible turn…