ETA Spotlight: Luke Wajrowski, Argentina

Every month, Fulbridge interviews an ETA from around the world to get a glimpse of life in different placements. This month, Fulbridge Founder Zoë Gioja talked with Luke Wajrowski, a 2017 Researcher in Argentina. Indonesiaful is republishing the post from Fulbridge with their permission. 1. Why Argentina? I chose Argentina for a variety of reasons. Firstly, I…

The Halfway Mark

– Greg Sutton, ETA in Gondanglegi, East Java – This month signals the halfway mark of my time in Indonesia. It’s been an incredible experience thus far. I’ve had enough free time to read about a book a week and take an online photography course. I’ve picked up enough of the language to where I can…

I eat rice a lot. But where does it come from?

– by Kelly Richard, ETA in Surabaya – It is almost impossible to go an entire day in Indonesia without eating rice. My co-teachers and Indonesian friends are shocked and concerned when I explain that American cuisine includes their staple carbohydrate only once or twice a week at most. I often find that despite my…