“Travel to Bologna, Italy. Stay with your good friend. Come during Trufflefest!” How could I resist this invitation from my travel buddy? The option looked like a slam dunk. Of course I should take this chance to see a new city with a close friend at a unique time. Doubt crept in. Perhaps I shouldn’t.
Living arrangements come in all shapes, sizes, and distances from one another. “What? I can’t hear you,” I yelled back, hoping my partner might make out my response through shared walls. We were learning to communicate in our new living arrangement — two small condominium units, next door but not connected, with access through the
“Why do you travel?” I asked brightly at 7 am the first day of our safari. My travel buddies stared back sleepily and my partner groaned. I had asked a question to a group of travelers who weren’t ready for anything verbal at that hour. But they managed to answer briefly, “Why wouldn’t I?” and
Good Hope students work hard to learn with the support from a strong community in Moshi, Tanzania. Floors dusty with red clay, a chalk board that barely shows the chalk marks, and books dog-earred from over use. You’ve seen classrooms like this from around the world. They offer little in materials compared to those