talk to me people
I guess it's kinda far actually, and because of this (and some other logistical issues) sending mail to Namibia can be a long process. Sometimes taking up to a month to reach its final destination. Considering that I may not have regular internet access however, this may be the best way to communicate with me.
During my two first months in country I will be undergoing intensive pre-service training (PST). My training group will be very busy during this time as well as very mobile: we will all live together for a week or so, spread out and live with individual host families for awhile, see a bit of the country, and reconvene for the last week. While we are traipsing around the country ALL of our belongings will be in-tow. All trainees will share a common mailing address during this time and Peace Corps reps will then bring us mail to our current location (like being at summer camp all over again, kinda).
Because I will not be settled at a permanent post at this time, and I will also be getting bogged down with lots of material and equipment from the Peace Corps, I would appreciate mail containing only your beautiful words...which are lacking in weight and size....but mean the most to me. Once I have been assigned my permanent post and set up (or find) a mail box I can use, I will then post that address.
Address during training:
P.O Box 6862