Luckily, at the end of August, projects in Lyon and Brussels allowed me to revisit the region and gave me the chance to see France and Belgium with a new set of eyes.
After two taxi’s and a long bus ride, we arrived in La Ceiba, our home for the next two month’s on the Northern Coast of the Gulf of Mexico.
Last week I traveled to Sarajevo to support a new warehouse under construction. History was inescapable as I strolled through Old Town during the evenings and rented a car to self Drive Sarajevo to Dubrovnik.
After an exciting day on safari, we continued north to one of the great natural wonders of the world, Victoria Falls. A visit from both the town of Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe) and Livingstone (Zambia) gave a great perspective.
My first three months in the European Bureau as a Foreign Service Construction Engineer have been a whirlwind of on the job training and travel.
Itinerary Volcanoes, Zip Lines, Colonial Character, and Bare Feet Two Weeks (December 28th – January 12th, 2008) Beginning with an international multi-destination flight from JFK to San Jose, we hit the ground running and took a bus to...
I received the official employment appointment e-mail yesterday afternoon and have decided to join the Foreign Service. The training class will start on Monday, January 26th, followed by my initial post in Washington D.C.
Everyone views splendor in different ways. What one person considers beautiful may be completely different to another. Our favorite historical places are, in their own right, beautiful. Consisting of everything from individual monuments and...
With failed attempts in Fall 2010, Spring 2011, Winter 2012, I have applied again for the Foreign Service Construction Engineer Specialist position.
The morning came very early for our crew, and with a quick stop at Dunkin Donuts, we were headed back up the mountain to El Recreo.