How Surfing and Volunteer Work Become Our Tickets to Globetrotting

How Surfing and Volunteer Work Become Our Tickets to Globetrotting

The first week in Lobitos, I worked on rebuilding parts of the WAVES center that were in need of repair after the floods, assisting in English class, teaching swimming classes after school, and preparing a skateboard ramp for a bbq and party for the kids at the end of the week.

Note: A big thank you goes out to Nick who wrote this blog post and volunteered with WAVES for Development for three weeks in Lobitos, Peru.

Crossing a river traveling in a local “combi” (van) from the nearest town gave way to an abrupt aesthetic of vast deserts, sweeping ocean, dismantled buildings, distant oil rigs, rows of homes, churches, and large spaces that nature had reclaimed from previous lives.

Read more here: The Inertia

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