Wednesday, 17 March 2010

A new challenge ahead

Tomorrow I am flying to Sudan on a 2 month teaching contract, with the possibility of staying 4. I can't wait, I am so excited.

I am concerned about the effects of the racial tension, resulting in genocide, will have had on the country. I wonder if, as a transient worker, I will even have the chance to scratch the surface of knowing who are the Sudanese people, and what their culture and life is about. 

This blog is written for my family and friends, so they can know where I am and what I am up to, therefore, it is unlikely that I will  comment politically on what I find, as there are others far more capable of that. What I shall do here, is just produce a diary of sights and sounds of Sudan, from my experience, within the limited time I will be there, and from a purely personal perspective. Please feel free to leave comments and ask me questions and I will try my best to answer.


Barbara said...

Wishing you all the best, Sue! I'll be looking forward to hearing how you get on there.

bjm said...

Wish you good luck with your new teaching venture! May joy and good health be your companion... i cherish reading your well-documented blogs... & feel excited to see you have excelled in weblogging! Keep it up! Keep in touch! Will miss u in Muscat!

Diana Strinati Baur said...

Godspeed, my friend. Take good care of yourself and enjoy every moment. I saw Sudan come in on my feedjit ticker this morning and knew you arrived safely. I look forward to reading about your exeriences there.

travelingsuep said...

Thank you all