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Menjadi Pelatih Timnas Indonesia (1)

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PELATIH TIMNAS SEPAKBOLA INDONESIA (Timnas Garuda)

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It's Beautiful Here

I’ve had many instances walking around my new home where I had to stop and admire the beauty of Timor-Leste. When I walk up the mountain from my afternoon class–sweating cause, ya know, it’s hot here–I’ll look out to the side of the road and have to stop to take in the scene. 214 kata lagi

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This is what Timor is for me

I’ve written before about how I read a lot of expat blogs before I moved to Timor-Leste. One post that caught my attention was this… 566 kata lagi

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Stories from Timor, Pt. 1

It’s been a month since I left America and I feel like I have everything and nothing to write about at the same time. So I think I’ll start a series of stories from my life in Timor-Leste. 990 kata lagi

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OZ-TL friendship paves the way for sustainable WASH program in Ossu

Last week I went on a week-long fieldtrip to a mountainous area of Timor Leste called Ossu, in Viqueque district. The town of Ossu lies at the feet of the Mundo Perdido (Lost World) mountain peak, and looking out of my window from our cosy accommodation in the local nunnery at the mist floating over the rocky jungle it wasn’t hard to see where it got its name from. 504 kata lagi

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Take a little more off

I got my first haircut in Timor-Leste last week! A blunt long bob cut my stylist helpfully told me was very in-fashion right now.

Before I left Australia, little details like how people got their hair cut in other countries were what preoccupied me most about my move (that’s a little embarrassing to write, but I’ve never lived overseas before, and my anxious mind was pretty indiscriminate with what it decided to latch onto in the lead-up to my departure). 778 kata lagi

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We're Godparents!

About two weeks ago, we were approached by our host parents asking about something. They seemed a bit nervous, and we had no idea what was being asked, so of course we whipped out our Tetun dictionary. 575 kata lagi