|By Admin1 (admin) (pool-151-196-110-196.balt.east.verizon.net - 188.8.131.52) on Monday, November 14, 2005 - 10:34 am: Edit Post|
1998: tien ngo served in philippines in banaue, ifugao beginning in 1998
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer tien ngo can be contacted at tdngoacare2dcom
Country of Service: philippines
Training Group: 251
Cities you served in: banaue, ifugao
Arrival Year: 1998
Departure Year: 2000
Work Description: environmental education/community development
Originally posted: August 21, 2002
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|By Gene B. (184.108.40.206) on Tuesday, July 10, 2012 - 6:18 am: Edit Post|
Ms. Tien from Texas!!! :D Finally I've found your listing after trying literally for many years to search for you all over the Internet! You don't know how much effort I expended over these years browsing all the Peace Corps and RPCV alumni directory listings for your complete name. All I knew about you when we met in Banaue, Ifugao back in May 1999 was what you told me when we first met that rainy afternoon near the waiting shed: your first name and where you came from. You were standing there in your black rubber shoes, caked with mud from the main road to the town hall, and I asked you how to reach the hanging bridge down below in the river valley, and you cheerfully helped me go down the right path. I remember you wearing glasses, your hair in a stylish bob, always smiling, with your Asian eyes sparkling even in the falling light. I could not forget that brief, almost magical moment. We did meet several more times afterwards while we were there (once right inside the town hall just after we paid a courtesy call to the local mayor). I hope you'd remember me. Do please reply or contact me somehow so I can give you more details of our encounters from memory. Thanks in advance. - Gene B. from Manila