The author worked and vacationed in Liberia and West Africa from 1962-1964 and 1964 respectively. The author kept a diary for most of his stay. This book reveals the day-to-day life of a Peace Corps volunteer as well as the experiences of students and villagers. The experiences are both diverse and unexpected. Reading these diaries results in a fair perspective on the volunteeras life and times. Furthermore, it provides many insights into Liberia, Americo-Liberian culture, life up-county, or life in the interior. This book carries the reader from experience to experience. Youall have a hard time setting it down.A Peace Corps Volunteera#39;s Experience of Pre-revolutionary Liberia, West Africa, 1962-1964 Philip S. Salisbury. I enjoyed the daily routine of preparing lesson plans, treating countrysores, cooking, and teaching during theweek. ... One December day at about 6:30 p.m. Reverend Johansson stopped by in his Land Rover. ... There was a mission atFasema thatcould be counted on for agood nighta#39;s rest.
|Title||:||A time that was...|
|Author||:||Philip S. Salisbury|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2014-07-22|