Have you ever wondered about life as an English teacher in Kyrgyzstan?

Above is a look into the life of another Peace Corps Volunteer living in a small village in Kyrgyzstan’s Naryn Oblast. Luke, a second-year Volunteer who is about to enter an additional third year as a teacher trainer, lives in small and remote village called Togolok Moldo, and works as an English Teacher.

It’s a great reminder that each Volunteer’s experience is entirely unique. What I do as a Health Volunteer in Bishkek and what Luke does as a TEFL Volunteer in Naryn are miles apart, but we are still working towards the same three goals of Peace Corps.

You can read more about Luke’s experience as a Peace Corps Volunteer on his blog, Bend it Like Bishkekham.

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3 thoughts on “Have you ever wondered about life as an English teacher in Kyrgyzstan?

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