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Title : Volunteering Abroad! | My Experience \u0026 Tips
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Aww that sound like me when I got sick in DR . I think you’ve gotten food poisoning. Because your symptoms sounded like mine. When I ate something and got food poisoning from a parasite in DR 🦠. Because I was really sick for a few days. Throwing up, intense diarrhea, I couldn’t keep water down either and my stomach had horrible stabbing cramping.
Hi, I love your page. I work for a charity called Habitat for Humanity who goes abroad to build houses for people. I’m looking for influencers who could help with promoting a female only build. I was wondering if I could have your email to talk to you more about it l?
I'm going to France for one year-long volunteer project. You could say I'm nervy because... Well because that's a whole year and I'm thinking what if it's not good, what if I don't like it? But then again I know everything will be alright, I'm just used to overthinking. I'm gonna be working with migrants and nature and I'm actually very excited and enthusiastic. But I'm also nervous, hahaha.
Hi I have a question... actually i am applying 3 month visa for vietnam to help poor people learn english and also help orphanage children and they provide all accommodation...my question is if immigration ask me what is your purpose of visit...what should I say or how to explain..I don't want my trip stop there ..do i need any documents from them to show immigration officer like mails or something...please tell me
Ahh cool. I just went to Indonesia and participated in a week long home stay (with a hole in the ground as a toilet) they were very poor and i barely ate. It was also freezing in the mountains. But im SO glad I did It! I want to do the Morocco one! Also did you have to pay for this or raise money beforehand