“Challenging, fascinating, interesting and fun – my summer with VESL gave me an amazing insight into what life is like in the most isolated communities on a most beautiful island. I have never taught such enthusiastic students in my life (or eaten such unbelievably hot food!). But best of all was the sense that I was making a small but measurable difference to people’s lives. It’s not often you get the opportunity to do something so worthwhile.” – Mags Feardon, Sri Lanka Volunteer 2003
Feedback Quote – Mags Feardon, Sri Lanka Volunteer 2003
By Ian on September 15, 2003 in Volunteer Feedback
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