Namaste from New Delhi Thank you for keeping up with our UNESCO Fellows 2018 blog. I am excited to share my experience thus far in India with all our readers! With the start of July in New Delhi, the oven-like heat has begun to subside as the monsoon makes its way up the country. New … Continue reading Namaste from India
Greetings from Santiago, Chile! As I end my first month in Santiago, I at last feel a little more settled. My journey to Santiago started with a delayed connecting flight to Miami, which resulted in missing my direct flight to Santiago. I instantly panicked when an airport representative informed me that the next available flight … Continue reading ¡Saludos desde Santiago de Chile!
Making a new friend. Introduction to Chile and Some Chilean Slang Winter has begun in the Southern Hemisphere and the Andes are white with snow. The Andes mountains, also known as the Cordillera, dominate the horizon to the east of the city and stretch the entire length of Chile - an impressive 4,270 kilometers - … Continue reading ¡Hola desde Santiago de Chile!
Greetings from Senegal and, more precisely, Dakar- the nation's capital and largest city. I am very fortunate to be interning and exploring here for the next 2 months. I arrived in La Teranga (the Wolof description for a very welcoming place and how the Senegalese refer to their country) exactly three weeks ago. I fell … Continue reading Nagadef!?
Eiffel Tower. Bir-Hakeim Bridge at Sunset. _____ Tour Eiffel. Pont de Bir-Hakeim au Coucher du Soleil. INTRODUCTION/ DÉBUT: An [American] Nigerian in Paris Bonjour, tout-le-monde... or hello everyone, for non-Francophiles!!! It is with great pleasure and excitement that I pen this blog entry from l'hexagone (aptly named for the nation's 6-point shape). Let me begin … Continue reading Salutations de France!
Hello from Jakarta! Thank you for following the 2018 GW UNESCO Fellows blog. This year’s Fellows cohort is the largest to date and is comprised of eight masters students posted in seven different nations spanning four continents across the globe. The group is extremely excited to be posted in such diverse places and we cannot … Continue reading Selamat Datang!