Reading/Resource List

Constantly being update-last updated 5 March 2015

I do read a lot and found keeping a list here very hard to maintain to give those who are interested an accurate list of what I'm reading, going to read and I also wanted to keep a list of what I've read this year and while in Africa. After researching I found GoodReads to be fantastic to do so. You can friend me on there or my list can be found here. Honestly after comping all my lists....it scared even me.
    Grenada & the Caribbean:
    A-Z of Grenada Heritage by Martin, John Angus
    Bradt Travel book Grenada by Crask, Paul


    Senegal:
    Watching: (most found on Netflix)
    Timbuktu (2014)
    Intouchables (2011)

    Youssou N'Dour: I bring what I love (2010)
    Triage: Dr. James Orbinski's Humanitarian Dilemma (2009)
    Béla Fleck: Throw Down Your Heart (2009)
    Waging a losing war against Mosquitoes (CBS News July1 2012)
    A Walk to Beautiful (How Ethiopia deals with women with fistulas and a clinic that is able to help) (2008)
    Lili and the Baobab (2006)

    Ted Talks (on Netflix or Ted.com)
    •  From Poverty to Progress
    • The Toxic Baby 
    Blogs:
    Can be found here. They needed their own page.
    Other resources I use:
    What Happens When You Live Abroad
    Glimpse: Stories from Abroad and the Matador Network
    Hesperian Health Guides -this website is awesome, free online books about "Where There Is No Doctor" & "Water for Life"
    Expat Women - great website for all things traveling and directed towards women & traveling alone.

    1 comment:

    1. The American Soul by Jacob Needleman.

      A must-read!

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