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So I’ll admit it. I’ve been pretty bad at keeping a blog since I’ve been in Thailand. Particularly blog posts about my teaching life. In fact, I’ve been pretty much silent (and not for bad reasons!). There’s such a massive … Continue reading
December has been long and hot in Thailand. While many of my American friends and family are bundled up drinking eggnog, attending gift exchanges, and heading home to Christmas trees and feasts, I’m finding myself quite far removed. I see … Continue reading
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
Here’s a quick photo update of a beautiful view from our roof top in Lopburi, Thailand.
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
If it took you 15 hours to travel to a paradise island on a succession of cramped, smelly busses, minivans and boats, would you do it? Jonathan and I answered yes to that question last week. Despite a ridiculously long … Continue reading
Spent a few gorgeous days on an island called Koh Chang off the coast of Thailand. It’s tropical and warm and lovely. I’ll do a longer update soon. Until then, enjoy this photo I took.