Zelinsky trip to the Marshall Islands p.1

There was a two-day stopover on the Marshall capital island of Majuro, waiting for the plane to Anna's island. It was arranged for Paul to visit a school on the island of Ejit, two little islands north on the chain that makes up the Majuro atoll. To get to Ejit, you go to the north end of Majuro and walk to the beach.


Then you wait until a boat comes by and offers you a ride. Ejit is two islets away, about ten minutes.

Paul is following Dartmouth Voluteer Teaching Program field director Kristin Romberg across the island to the school. Kristin is carrying an LCD projector, borrowed from the Ministry of Education.

photographs by Rachel Zelinsky


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