My blog is a mix of educational resources that I have used in my courses to keep students engaged in the learning process as well as presentations at various conference. I also include travel experiences as a language teacher around the globe.

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Posts by Tulsatrot

A Return to the United States

A place emanates a soul and personality. Always. It’s picked up on the first stay. And even subsequent visit. It can be sensed. So, will […]

The Pilot That Overslept

Never a good sign when your first flight to Saint Martin and the Caribbean is late because the pilot overslept. Well, that is the start […]

A Bathing Suit With That Anguilla Beach?

What Anguilla lacks in infrastructure is more than made up by beautiful, secluded beaches. Apparently that's why really famous people visit this island. Plus, the […]

Predictable Barcelona

Two years ago, teachers and I bounced around northeastern Spain with twenty something teenagers. It was so much fun the first time, we decided to […]

Ancient Roman Sex Ed

An Educator’s Perspective of Traveling Abroad with Teenagers to Italy Without a doubt, travel has changed in the last 15 years. For… The post Ancient […]

Careful with the British Royal Jewels

A London stop was added to the itinerary which meant dividing one long haul flight into shorter, more manageable flights. Ultimately, it would result in […]

Refrain from Sex, Part 2

The Papua New Guinea Post Courier had an article that caught my eye. It was titled "Do Not Have Sex! Jail Boss Tells Female Officers […]

Ahhh Papua New Guinea

Excited to visit Scuba Steve in Papua New Guinea. Dickens' quote about losing the capacity to be surprised by anything resonated with me, how much […]

Go Slow Caye Caulker

This time we decided to travel internationally with both kids to Belize. A week to recharge our batteries from the school year on the island […]

Horsing Around Lesotho without Electricity

The mini-van attracted enough passengers for Mt. Moorosi Chalets in southern Lesotho. Three things entertained us in the heart of African seclusion the next two […]

Flying the Friendly International Skies

Champagne was served immediately upon boarding the Sydney flight. Basically, I felt as out of place as a thief at church. Pepper's short self sat […]

Refrain from Sex, Part 1

An enormous pothole formed in the middle of a busy street. Deep enough that when it rained, the hole filled with water. Enough water that […]

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