So long Nicaragua….See Ya Soon?

I’m in Costa Rica right now and am scheduled to fly back to California tomorrow.  But I might not be there for long.  I got offered a job as a volunteer coordinator for a Canadian NGO  in Nicaragua.  The pay is decent and the job provides free room and board and get this, free Spanish lessons!  It seems like too good of an opportunity to pass up, especially since it’s the best job offer I’ve got going for me at the moment.  Hell, it’s the only job offer I’ve got going for me at the moment.

That and I’m just not sure I’m ready to give all of this up…

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Comments ( 8 )

  1. sarah

    Wow, congrats on the job! It sounds like a great oppurtunity and a chance for another fantabulous adventure! And really, how could you pass up free room and board and spanish lessons? I read this article the other day and thought you might find it interesting. As a 26 year old, I see myself and many of my friends reflected in this article. It's an interesting read.

  2. Epiphanie

    Congratulations, your job offer sounds awesome! A rewarding job with free perks which will let you discover Nicaragua even more? Good for you! :o)

  3. Epiphanie

    That was meant to be a :) smiley with a round nose ;)

  4. Ekua

    That looks like a great opportunity, I don't think passing that up is an option. If you're in SF, let me know if you want to meet up.

  5. Reannon Muth

    Thanks for the link, Sarah. That was a fascinating article and so true. I like the way they defined the stage of 'emerging adulthood' as "identity exploration, instability, self-focus, feeling in-between and a 'sense of possibilities'." That's so me! So I guess that means we're pretty normal, huh? Good to know...

  6. Reannon Muth

    @ Ekua - I'm in SF right now! What are you up to? Email me!

  7. CK

    You live in SF? No wonder you want to leave. This place is a dump.

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