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Living my second life
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Living my second life

21 June,2016 Genova, Italy NAMESTE this me, Tejan Dahal, and I am writing from my journey for EVS started on 25th of May 2016 from my country, Nepal. Today I am in Genova, and I am going to write about some of my experiences. Actually my EVS (European Voluntary Service) will take place in Romania, […]

Peru: A place to give and receive..
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Peru: A place to give and receive..

To friends from all over, greetings from… Peru! I’m here now for more than 6 months, as a volunteer in Proyecto Amigo, and I still have about the same to go. Basically, right now I’m in the middle of my EVS. I was searching for an EVS project for about 6 months before I finally […]

An EVS between Brazilian, Indigenous and European cultures
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An EVS between Brazilian, Indigenous and European cultures

January 25th, 2016. After more than six months spent between Italian public offices, appointments without success at the consulate waiting for overseas documents, I can’t believe that everything is solved and I’m really leaving. My destination for the next 8 months is Guarapuava, a city in the center of Paraná state, in southern Brazil, where I […]

Peru, yo creo en ti!
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Peru, yo creo en ti!

So after almost a year of wait, the departure for Peru is waiting for me! On January 7th, 2016 I took the flight towards the experience of the life, the one that I was looking for and for which I fought tooth and nail. I left Italy with a lot of curiosity, the strongest hugs […]

The Mexico you didn’t expect
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The Mexico you didn’t expect

It has already passed more than 3 months since I have started my European Voluntary Service, and a lot of things happened, a lot of things I have learnt and a lot more I will experience here. As in any genuine adventure, my trip couldn’t begin worst: my flight was cancelled, the departure postponed do […]

It’s not about the place, it’s about you.
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It’s not about the place, it’s about you.

When you choose to move to another continent for a long duration, for a volunteering project, before you leave, there is a question that constantly accompanies you every morning: Am I doing the right thing? And even if the improvised answers are good in terms of logics, you will never get an answer until you […]