It was surreal to return to Asia after three years. I took more footage than any other trip to give everyone an idea of just how much one can do in six weeks. And if there are any gaps hopefully they are filled in by the blog posts. Enjoy!
The last stop on the Southeast Asia Reunion Tour was Sarawak, Malaysia. There I met some new teachers and students, saw three national parks, celebrated Gawai, and spent 16 wonderful days with my sister Caroline.
Returning to my former school in Malaysia after two and a half years. We celebrated teacher’s day and the first day of Ramadan.
A look at the trials and tribulations from a week in Nepal.
The first few days back in Southeast Asia, where Backpack Matt began!
The final video capturing events during my fall (2017) and spring (2018) stints in Honduras working with the Shoulder to Shoulder Organization.
A brief summary of the vision brigade from Chili Presbyterian Church with whom I spent my final week in Honduras.
The first brigade in 2018 was the MAHEC brigade from North Carolina. They spent their time in Camasca working in the health center, local communities and the high school.
A summary of the first week and a half back in Camasca. Getting settled, visiting with friends, and preparing for the arrival of the first brigade.
A few words on my 26th birthday from Camasca, Honduras.