One Year Later In Jamaica: Cha Cha’s Hugelkultur Beds, Literacy Club, and Thoughts on Success


Check out my friend Mel’s blog. She is currently doing a series of guest posts, this is mine!

Adventures of a Honeybee

In order to celebrate making the one-year mark, as well as a way to give readers a glimpse into what other volunteers do on the island, I present the “One Year Later” series. This series celebrates my fellow volunteers as they share what it feels like to make it to the one-year mark as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Jamaica. This is the second addition of the series, read the first “One Year Later” here.

Here are Cha Cha’s words on reaching the one-year mark:


school garden building Cha Cha helping to build a school garden

I am assigned to the environment sector in Three Hills, St. Mary. I live about 20 minutes from Ocho Rios on the St. Mary side of the White River. My initial assignment was with the Three Hills Farmer Association. This has been a struggle since the people up here are not really farmers and many do not…

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