So i guess this means I am living in Morocco.
We’re not yet totally settled in, but we do have:
- running water
- inet courtesy of a USB stick modem
- a new double bed with frame
- a table and chairs
- an armoire
- some towels
- a new fridge
- a new cook top/stove top
And on Monday, I find out what my work schedule is going to be like.
I’ve been in-country for exactly three weeks now, living out of a suitcase or back pack the whole time.
I’m so excited to finally be in my post city and to be able to begin looking for an apartment. I cannot wait to be settled in and start living as normal a life as possible!
Yesterday, I received confirmation that a Fulbright ETA award was being held for me.
I applied to teach English in Poland, but due to some funding cuts and my persistence, I will now be moving to Morocco in September and will spend 10 months teaching English in one of their universities.
I passed my first round of Fulbright cuts, and now only one more round separates me and living in Poland.
I will hear back in the next four months or so!
We submitted our Fulbright applications last week. We have set down the groundwork for us to move to either Poland or Moldova a little less than one year from now.