After a really hot December, Christmas and New Year’s Eve which didn’t really feel like Christmas nor New Year’s Eve due to the weather and having to work and laying in bed with a terrible fever for a couple of days it was finally time to head to Chile, which I was really looking forward … More Trips: Seminar in Chile – Meeting the other Volunteers
Two little things beforehand: Firstly, from now on you’ll find my pictures below where they are all in one place which allows me to show you more pictures while saving time. Secondly, I have started uploading some pictures to Instagram, and am willing to do so on a weekly basis. So if you have an … More Trips: Lucila del Mar and Uruguay (Part 2: Uruguay and a weird coincidence)
Our contract with Via.ev allows us to take 24 days off. Since we’ve got two additional days off every week, and we can put those days wherever we want in that week (We can take Saturday and Sunday off in one week, and Monday and Tuesday in the following week. Which means we can … More Trips: Lucila del Mar and Uruguay (Part 1: Lucila and being a German Volunteer at Work)
Having talked about the first two weeks in San Marcos now, I would like to talk a bit more about the children’s home, and what I’m exactly doing here, since quite a few of you wrote and said, “Man, you’re there for a whole lot of time now and you still haven’t talked about what … More About the Children’s Home/Hogar de Niños and Work
If you read this, there probably won’t be any pictures added yet, since I’m a bit in a hurry. I will add pictures and correct writing mistakes, when I get back from my trip to Patagonia, the south of Argentina! On Tuesday, the 6th of September 2016, I was supposed to leave Germany. … More Arrival in Argentina and the first two Weeks!
I’m back! Actually, this post should have been about how the donation system works. But since I really want to start talking about San Marcos and the children’s home, I will skip the donation post, and will directly fast forward to the preparatory seminar AND the last couple of weeks in Germany. However, if you … More Preparatory Seminar and the last couple of Weeks in Germany
In this post, I will talk about the beautiful country Argentina! For my research, I simply used Wikipedia and one of Doreen’s (one of the other German volunteers) books about Argentina. Let’s go: ARGENTINA: General: Above you can see Argentina’s national flag! To your right you have Argentina’s coat of arms. Voting slogan: … More The Argentina Fact Checker
Prepare yourself for a preeeeeeeeetty long one! If you don’t have time right now, leave and come back when you do have time. Because I assure you, you will need a couple of minutes for this one! If you miss some color while reading, don’t worry. From the next post on, I will start including … More How everything started!
Finally, finally, finally!!! After centuries I’ve made it!!! Hi, welcome to my first blog post on WordPress! My name is Noah M. Schultz, I am the owner of this blog and during my year abroad in Argentina this is the place where you can follow everything that will happen! But before I get started, I … More Important Information to get started!!! Please read!!!