Gorontalo is just a huge small town

– By Ian Morse, ETA in Gorontalo – When I walk around town, it’s not uncommon to hear shouts of Mister! from people I have never seen before. Mostly, it seems, people just want to acknowledge the foreigner since they don’t see many like me in Gorontalo, at least outside of their television. But it’s…

ETA Spotlight: Sara Guido in Thailand

Every month, Fulbridge interviews an ETA from around the world to get a glimpse of what life is like in different placements. This month, Rebecca Brower, 2015-2018 ETA in South Korea, talked with Sara Guido, a 2016-2017 ETA in Thailand. Indonesiaful has republished the piece through a partnership with Fulbridge. Why did you choose Thailand? First…

The Teacher Becomes a Student 

– By Meghan Cullinan, ETA in Kendari – It was 6:00 a.m. on Saturday morning. But there was no sleeping in for the students of MAN 1 Kendari on this Saturday, or any Saturday for that matter! All around Indonesia, most students that attend madrassas, Islamic affiliated public schools, were also on their way to…