Peace Corps challenge: Hospitality
Hospitality: the friendly and generous reception and entertainment of guests, visitors, or strangers.
This year’s Peace Corps’ challenge is highlighting hospitality from countries around the world. For thousands of years, Mongolians have been a hospitable people who has endured to this day.
Before, a person could travel for days without encountering another human being. Therefore, it became important and necessary for ger dwellers to offer their home to travelers and herders. That hospitality was then expected to be reciprocated.
A friend told me that I should give the video challenge a go and voila! After a month of shooting video and editing, I submitted my 2-minute video showing Mongolian hospitality, a country that is so often overlooked but is slowly budding out.
Click on the picture shown below to give my picture and video a Facebook like.
You have until 21 February to vote.
Mongolians sure know how to put on a performance. A night of dancing and singing in traditional Mongolian dress.
September and October in Mongolia
See through my eyes what I’ve been up to since Peace Corps training.
Song: Can’t Wait to See You Again by Alan Walker, Martin Garrix ft. Sia.
Here are pictures that were taken by my Mongolian language teachers.
Stay tuned for my next blog post:
My first day at my new school and all the victories and defeats I have suffered so far.