kate travelThis is a blog about my experiences living in Thailand and Indonesia (and wherever else my wanderlust heart takes me). I’m currently serving as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Indonesia, and the views of this blog are solely my own and in no way represent the views of the Peace Corps.

The Peace Corps Indonesia program first opened in 1963, but closed down in 1965 due to political unrest. In the 60s, three groups of volunteers served: ID-1, ID-2, ID-3, so when the program was reopened in 2009 the groups were continued chronologically as ID-4 (2010 – 2012), ID-5 (2011 – 2013) ID-6 (2012 – 2014), and my group ID-7 (2013-2015).

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  1. hasan

     /  June 27, 2014

    saya suka membaca blog miss katherine, menarik membacanya


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