The Toughest Job You'll Ever Love...Kenya

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Thursday, July 07, 2005

Dial a PCV

Ok, as promised to my prized clients, I have a cell phone.  I make no promises about having it with me or turned on all the time, but at least I am reachable.  The good thing is that you Text Message me for very little money (or so I have been told by other PCT's).  I can also text you, but it is not as cheap, but cheaper than calling you.  I will try to find a few phone cards with good rates to Kenya (I've heard as low as 15 cents a minute), but until then, feel free to call me any way you like.  The following number includes the international access from the USA and the Kenya country code, so for my international mates, you know what number (011) to omit.
 
011 (254) 7354-41394
 
So, now if anyone is worried, bored or generally curious as to what a phone call to Africa would be like, dial a PCV!
 
Oh, and less than 24 hours away from site announcement.  I had a nightmare (laruim induced) about my site.  I won't go into details, but basically I was working as a Kenyan PCV in Indiana.  I woke up in a cold sweat.
 
More Later...
 
PS -- Yes, this is a blog update and a mass email.  Love me!

1 Comments:

  • At 10:47 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Waiting 4 your "site news m' dear..

     

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