This is my second Peace Corps Host Family, the Orazibetovs. They had their hands full dealing with me since I am, umm, a big trouble maker common for young Americans living overseas for the first time. I really miss them and hope to see them at least one more time in my life time.
Tag Archives: 1999
We spent half a day in Tash Kumyr, Kyrgyzstan, testing students for ACCELS “Freedom Support Act’s FLEX” program. It is a small city that can be difficult to reach. We had to drive along a mountainside until we reached the dam. From there we could cross a bridge over the Naryn River to Tash Kumyr.