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Part of being a RPCV (Returned Peace Corps Volunteer) is that once we return to the States, we should share our experience and newly acquired knowledge of the world around us with other Americans.  I have quickly realized that the connection and familial bond I feel with other RPCV’s regardless of where or when they served.  I was contacted by a fellow RPCV and he asked that I post this link on my blog as part of his way to share his Peace Corps experience with others…so, here it is.

http://www.livelingua.com/peace-corps-language-courses.php

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About sfubuntu8

This Blog will document my time spent in the Peace Corps. I hope to share my adventures, trials and triumphs. This website is not affiliated with the US Peace Corps or the US government. The views expressed here do not in any way represent the views of the Peace Corps nor those of the United States government.

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  1. Hi. My name is Tom Young. Taught in Lesotho 2 1/2 years 1973-76. Visited again this past May with my wife Carolyn. We both love the country. If you respond to us we would love communicating with you. My friend, Lehlohonolo gave me a party in Maseru in June this year. Saw friends hadn’t seen in 40 years. It would be nice to compare experiences. We blogged about our trips there in 20012 and this year. If you are interested the blog link is: http://www.travbuddy.com/t4young/blogs.

    Would love to chat.

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