Tuesday, February 24, 2009

It really is hot

The equator is a line that means the closer you get the hotter it gets. The jungle is a place that makes everything wet and humid. The equator and jungle together equal sweat. It's hot here, sweat is just another part of life. However, after a unusually cold winter up in Jersey it's kind of nice at the moment.

Right now we are staying in a hotel in Georgetown and soon will move to our homestays, where we will be for the next two months. After that we get our posts, where we will be for the next two years. The days have been long, we are in meetings pretty much all day, where they tell us how to be safe, culturally sensitive and of course adhere to the increasingly long list of rules that the peace corps lays out.

Although I can not say too much now, (I have to read up on what I can and can not say publicly) there have been some rumors that are not too pleasant. When I find out the exact rules on what I can say, I will let you guys know. Regardless, know that I am well and increasingly excited and anxious.

3 comments:

Devin said...

Poorly worded. Try proofreading. 65 degrees here, partyboy had the top down in his seabring! Anyway, we're sharing a bottle of Andre and listening to Joy Division as the stocks continue to plunge. Maybe you were right. I hope this message finds you well.

Dan said...

if you're not allowed to say it, i don't want to hear it.

enjoying an old english in honor of you tonight...and probably tomorrow as well.

Tyler said...

yea, i'm gonna have to go private with this, i'm gonna post soon when i have more time. thanks for the comments and criticism.