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They also had the pleasure, being part of organizing weekend trips for a group of high school students which where volunteering in Argentina. The group was visiting Argentina through the “No Barriers USA”, while diving in to local communities and experienced deeper cultural understanding. Some examples of these volunteer experiences included teaching English at a local elementary school, assisting in a grassroots community service programs, or simply dedicating time to a local philanthropic effort.
Photo by Emily, Volunteering at WAVES in Peru.
I apologized to my parents last night for taking so long to “find myself.” I can’t even imagine how a “Lobiteno” would reply to that. Ironically, I find myself self-reflecting and reflecting on my trip more so now that I’m back in the rat race than I did during all of my time on the beach in Lobitos or even throughout the long bus/plane rides I endured.
A hard truth I realized in Lobitos is that there are people all over the world that will never get to experience another world outside their own. So it’s hard for me to accept that all the while I’ve been “finding myself,” and driving my family absolutely insane, there exists a small town like Lobitos, where the locals approach each day with a zest for life as they know it.
So while they may not get to travel or experience much outside of their culture, their raw innocence encourages happiness and a nonexistent crime/drug problem in Lobitos. They are inspired by WAVES volunteers, and do not expect pity, nor do they wallow in self-pity. I honestly don’t recall hearing anyone complain about anything at all. After all, why would they?