Peace Corps office
in Roseau. That table
is where we have spent
hours already in training
sesssions. It's a comfortable
View from my host family house in my village and one of my first meals of fried plantain, rice and dasheen.
My laundry hanging out to dry. My family does have a washing machine but it only washes for 15 minutes, then the work starts. Afterwards I take it outside and rinse it a couple times in a bucket, then it sits in fabric softener for a minute then I finally hang it out to dry-mine stayed out over night. That night it rained.
My first friend in the community. She is in preschool and every day at noon when she gets out I hear her yelling, "Julie, Julie, Julie!". It's nice to have the company when everyone else is at school or work.
One more picture of Roseau just because it's so beautiful. This is along the water where the cruise ships come in. It is the most touristy area of the city. I took the early bus to "town" (thats what they refer to the city as). I was able to have some down time and bought a coffee at Rituals, very similar to a Starbucks.