A sidewalk on Param Island. Probably the most difficult one I've ever had the privilege of walking on.
I let a little deaf/mute girl play with my camera for a while. We had a good time.
Some people might even call this paradise.
Apparently Micronesian women wear head scarves just like Muslim women.
Our new Peace Corps Volunteers!
Double-stuffed Oreo pigs.
The patrol boat that I graced to go fishing with the President of the FSM.
The. Best. Sashimi. Ever. It was literally swimming in the sea 3 hours before this picture was taken.
Recently taught the kids how to play thumb war. They were a little confused at the start.
Coteacher Dennis looking philosophical.
Coteacher Joe teaching the difference between B/P, D/T, and G/K. I taught the first 3 classes this lesson because he was learning the differences himself, but he taught the 4th class like a boss. It was one of those times when I couldn't stop smiling. I had taught a teacher something, and then immediately that teacher taught students the same thing perfectly.
Peace Corps staff loves when I come stop by unexpectedly.
200 pounds of yam: $50. 2 gallons of gasoline: $10.50.
7 people packed trying to ride a 6cylinder truck up a hill with no traction: priceless.
It's Kamwadipw (party) season! Almost makes me want to watch Wedding Crashers again.
I told him to stop working until he was sure he was covered by his employers workers' insurance.