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1965: john Chisler served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Tanzania in kahama beginning in 1965
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer john Chisler can be contacted at jwchislerayahoodcom
Country of Service: Tanzania
Training Group: IX
Cities you served in: kahama
Arrival Year: 1965
Departure Year: 1967
Upper Primary teacher
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
thirty two years in California Public schools, Secondary teacher in Paraguay, Ecuador, Bolivia, Venezuela and Guam, four sons ages 10 through 40, two grandchildren, traveled the world, every Latin American country and every continent, still on the road.
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
I had a lot of fun, drinking at the pombee markets, hitch hiking across the game parks,listening to "My Boy Lollipop"and hearing The Stones" for the first time on that roofbar/hotel in downtown Dar,restaurant in downtown Dar, Yadah, yadah, yadah
Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:
Anyone that has funny stories. Did they ever find that missin Volunteer who went hunting after recieving his draft notice. I always thought I would see him on Freak Street in Katamandu.
Any message for returned volunteers?:
Whose going to make it in the long run? Traveling on the cheap, is there nothing better?
Originally posted: April 5, 2008
Peace Corps Annual Report: 1965; Peace Corps Tanzania; Directory of Tanzania RPCVs; Messages and Announcements for Tanzania RPCVs
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