Tag Archives: Bangkok

A small price for luxury

Throughout the 5 months I’ve lived in Thailand, I’ve been constantly amazed by how cheap it is to survive is this beautiful country. My rent and utilities are dirt cheap. I ride public transportation to and from work for $0.16 … Continue reading

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Bangkok from a room with a view

Jonathan and I decided to treat ourselves to a little bit of luxury this weekend in Bangkok. We’ve been in and out of Thailand’s capital a few times now, once for visa purposes and a couple times to catch a … Continue reading

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Getting used to it

One of my first lessons I had to teach as an English teacher trainee was about the difference between “I’m getting used to ___” and “I am used to___.” It’s simplistic in itself (one is a process and the other … Continue reading

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Thailand 101

I’ve put a lot of thought into how to start this blog post, but I really couldn’t find the best sentence or word to start talking about my whirlwind adventure of getting to Thailand and figuring life out. It’s mostly … Continue reading

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