Travel to discover yourself and the world

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“Each strange thing I saw in Ecuador shocked me a little, and each one pried open a window in my mind that had previously been shut,” Justine Jones writes in an opinion piece for the Daily Cardinal. “I began to question how many bathrooms my

Ernesto Campos, an farmer in Ecuador, shows UW-Madison field course students how he harvests yucca root.

Ernesto Campos, an farmer in Ecuador, shows UW-Madison field course students how he harvests yucca root.

house really needs, how I show my family I love them—comparisons between what I know and what was introduced to me there made me question my choices and actions with a more wise and candid view. What’s more important, though, is that through this, I was inspired to change them where change was needed.”

Jones traveled to Ecuador as part of a Global Health undergraduate field experience with the Ceiba Foundation. Read more in the Daily Cardinal.

 

 

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Published December 17, 2014
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