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Betta Dey for Okra Soup

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added on 21/07/2011 by: julieellen80
A quite deep, funny, informative blog on life here in Nigeria. I like to focus of personal experience and how it ties in to the bigger picture that nearly all expats experience.
 tags: Culture shock, Deep, Education, Teacher Trainer, VSO
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The Bookmark Project, and Your Own Dreams.  Posted on 11/20/2011
Hello wonderful readers, I just want to give you an update on the Bookmark Project. For those who don’t know, I had started a little project with my neighborhood children in Nigeria which involved them decorating bookmarks, me...
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The Bookmark Project, and Your Own Dreams.  Posted on 11/20/2011
Hello wonderful readers, I just want to give you an update on the Bookmark Project. For those who don’t know, I had started a little project with my neighborhood children in Nigeria which involved them decorating bookmarks, me...
Read more
Making the Time to Notice Your Life  Posted on 10/27/2011
The hamster in the wheel. The racing rats. The gardener furiously chopping the tops of weeds and leaving the roots to flourish. This is me right now. This could be you. This is just about everyone at some point or another. Being in Nigeria...
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Making the Time to Notice Your Life  Posted on 10/27/2011
The hamster in the wheel. The racing rats. The gardener furiously chopping the tops of weeds and leaving the roots to flourish. This is me right now. This could be you. This is just about everyone at some point or another. Being in Nigeria...
Read more
In Loving Memory…  Posted on 09/15/2011
While this may not be the appropriate forum to be sharing something like this, I nevertheless feel a desire to pay tribute to a blog follower of mine who just yesterday died from cancer. The reason I’m sharing this here is not to...
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In Loving Memory…  Posted on 09/15/2011
While this may not be the appropriate forum to be sharing something like this, I nevertheless feel a desire to pay tribute to a blog follower of mine who just yesterday died from cancer. The reason I’m sharing this here is not to...
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Coming to America  Posted on 09/10/2011
I first started getting excited when our ten-hour Lufthansa flight from Frankfurt to Denver reached the far Northeastern part of Canada. Actually, that’s not entirely true. I first-first got excited when the gorgeous German velodrome...
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Coming to America  Posted on 09/10/2011
I first started getting excited when our ten-hour Lufthansa flight from Frankfurt to Denver reached the far Northeastern part of Canada. Actually, that’s not entirely true. I first-first got excited when the gorgeous German velodrome...
Read more
Goodbye, Nigeria…  Posted on 09/07/2011
Can you believe it? Can you believe I’m going back to Oregon in two days? Well, if you’ve only been reading my blogs, you probably can’t. But if you’ve been a listening ear (either here in Nigeria or back at home),...
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Goodbye, Nigeria…  Posted on 09/07/2011
Can you believe it? Can you believe I’m going back to Oregon in two days? Well, if you’ve only been reading my blogs, you probably can’t. But if you’ve been a listening ear (either here in Nigeria or back at home),...
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 Comments

  • phopho
    phopho 29 April 2014 09:00:23

    Hi Heritagesearch

    Just wish to enlighten you, Khumalo surname is originally from South Africa...

  • Heritagesearch
    Heritagesearch 22 March 2012 15:57:49

    Hi there ! Do you know anyone there with surname Khumalo? or is that s common surname? Im trying to track down a family if 13 siblings with this surname. . .
    What do you like most about living there?

  • kenab2010
    kenab2010 25 January 2012 12:36:32

    nice and lovely.. wish i had that travelling bug. how r u enjoying my country?

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