- Welcome home, eh? / Bienvenue au bercail
- Show me the money! / Parlons argent!
- Is an international exchange right for me? / Un échange international, est-ce pour moi?
- It’s International Development Week! / C’est la Semaine du développement international!
- Renewed hope for Persons with Disabilities /Un nouvel espoir pour les personnes handicapées
Samantha Hunter on Welcome home, eh? / Bienvenue… Denis Dunn on Welcome home, eh? / Bienvenue… Welcome home, eh? /… on An introduction to / Bienvenue… Serge on Is an international exchange r… Is an international… on Ms. Hunter is going to teach y…
Monthly Archives: December 2013
La version française suit l’anglais I was warned Guyana is the best place on earth to celebrate Christmas. Mr. Lewis asked me, “Where else are you going to see bands in the street and such colourful decorations on all the … Continue reading
La version française suit l’anglais When I first arrived at the Open Doors Centre I had basic knowledge of sign language. At the time I didn’t realize how important a skill it would become, with over half the students at … Continue reading
La version française suit l’anglais It’s the second week of December, I can’t believe it! School is over (class at the Open Doors Centre ended December 12th) , and I wrap up the first half of my course this week. Time … Continue reading
La version française suit l’anglais I’ve been teaching at the Open Doors Centre for 2 months now and am enjoying so many aspects of my new role, but I don’t know much about entrepreneurship in Guyana and have few ties … Continue reading
La version française suit l’anglais I’ve been gearing up for this moment. I bought the What’s Cooking in Guyana cookbook and have been flipping through it for recipes to try. I hosted a dinner on Saturday and tried my hand … Continue reading
La version française suit l’anglais I got my first stove last Friday: big win! I can now take advantage of the living‑in‑the‑market thing and get fresh vegetables daily. I moved in almost two months ago and haven’t had a proper … Continue reading