sarahvazquez

active 3 months, 3 weeks ago • from Washington D.C., DC, United States
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Cochabamba, Bolivia

Language teachers, finding homestays, markets, local hikes, k'oa ceremonies, connecting you to Andean culture experts and live music venues.

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  • Amy posted an update: 4 years, 8 months ago

    @sarahvazquez Yep, TEFL for teaching abroad. In China (most places) you don’t even need a TEFL.

    Nepal sounds amazing… I’ll make it there sometime in my life. For now, Japan ahoy! Good to hear it’s enjoyable;)

    Have a great week in CA … the Miami heat is almost unbearable, so I’m escaping to cool Chicago next week.

  • Elisa Ramirez posted an update: 4 years, 9 months ago

    @sarahvazquez Hey I really liked the article about minority perspectives. I think it makes a lot of good points that even seasoned travellers should hear again.

  • Amy posted an update: 4 years, 9 months ago

    @sarahvazquez Hey girl, thanks for the comment! In the states, I’m an Elementary school teacher, but abroad I have a certificate to teach english. It’s fun stuff! Where did you work in Nepal?


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Originally From:Santa Barbara, United States
Currently Living In:Washington D.C., United States
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I was born in Chicago to an American mother, Mexican father and in the company of my twin brother. Raised under the Californian sun, I now call Washington DC my home away from home. I recently graduated from Georgetown University with a bachelors
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I was born in Chicago to an American mother, Mexican father and in the company of my twin brother. Raised under the Californian sun, I now call Washington DC my home away from home. I recently graduated from Georgetown University with a bachelors degree in American Studies.I am passionate about social activism and strongly believe in the power of history. These days I'm just trying to be a creative extremist for love and the extension of justice.

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