|Old Megamone school|
|Walk to Wilit village (Ian's wife Jo)|
|Ships and boats can't go to the NE of Ambrym because it's too rough|
|Preparing to eat together. When chickens, cats, dogs, and pigs run wild and you eat on the ground, you have to guard your food!|
|Island cabbage with coconut milk and roasted sweet potato cooked in a ground oven.|
|Two kinds of laplap, the national favorite food.|
|There's some crazy creek crossings on that side of the island|
|Wili Wolta the principal and his wife Marina with Hallie|
|Catholic church in our teammates' village|
Return back to our village
A few other pics from when we went to the Kindy to run the Literacy workshop.
Elevated house. Good for breezes and hanging clothes to dry!
Practicing an action poem in the language.
|Where the creek runs into the ocean|
|Working with Alice|
|View from our house|
|The walkway from our house. Clothesline, treehouse, our dog Pistol.|
|The calf Gwen looks after, treehouse, bush kitchen|
|Our dog Pistol and his sister and her puppy.|
|We don't often get given watermelon. Yellow ones are just a bit more water tasting than red.|
|Addy's friend Lea with her little brother Defit.|
|Airport at W Ambrym|
|Baggage service. :)|
Oh boy, here below you get to see my "Vanuatu matching" as I jokingly call it with Gretchen. I'm feeling pretty excited that she's decided to join me in "Vanuatu matching" sometimes more recently in the village now too. The kids always "Vanuatu match" and think US matching rules are ridiculous. Usually I'll muster some US level matching when going to Vila, which we were here, but apparently I didn't care much this day...
About to get on the plane