Culture Shock

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Culture Shock
Environmental Education volunteer with the Peace Corps in Peru from September 16th, 2010 through November 27, 2012
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  • The Bohall Kids Talk About Moving 1 day ago What goes through a child's mind when they find out they're moving?Since we decided to move to Zagreb, I've heard that moving is one of the most traumatic things a child can go through. This NY Times article says that the effects can be felt even into adulthood. Looking back at my own experience, I...
  • Be Ready! 2 days ago The fifteen of us were in Poland surrounded by wooden structures of various shapes and sizes. We had traveled 12 hours from Croatia to live in tents for a week. In my calculation we formed the smallest campsite of all the villages that totaled 7,200 campers. We were at Royal Ranger (RR) Eurocamp...
  • Home 4 days ago Where is home?Petra and I lived in Orahovica for 9 years - longer than I've lived in any one place in my life. Without a doubt I considered Orahovica home. The house we lived in, our four kids who learned to eat and walk there and the daily routine all contributed to us calling it home.So how will...
  • The End of an Era 5 days ago It's been 10 years since we moved to Croatia, 9 since we began living in Orahovica and 8 since I started this blog.Of the three, only living in Croatia will remain. Yes, we are moving. We will begin calling Zagreb - the capital of Croatia - home next week.And so this blog will come to its...
  • Growing and Maturing Together 3 months ago I watched the clouds roll by quickly above me as I tried to fall asleep. Only a mat and sleeping bag protected my back from the pebbles on the ground while my face lay bare to the open sky. I was joined by another leader from Macedonia and 12 teenagers from various former-Yugoslavian countries. We... Featured Expat Blog Badge:

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Des Johnston
17:49 PM October 03, 2013

Came upon this site and blog, stumbling along. Hope I can find it again. It is more meaningful than anything I expected. I'm hoping Jeremy and his family are doing well.

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