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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Pissing Flower Beds

Seated at the child sized lunch table, our international contingent of teachers sat comparing child rearing experiences. "You know how it is. Pissing flower beds […]

Search for Elephant Kandi

Sri Lanka is the antithesis of Qatar. Green, inexpensive, and lacking massive amounts of natural oil and gas reserves. It's also the first country any […]

Casablanca, You’re Only The Second Tallest

We passed over the same terrain we'd covered for weeks. Physically exhausted, the family was mentally ready to go home. A layover in Casablanca demanded […]

Twelve Grapes and Red Underwear for the Spanish New Year

Nadine and kids knocked slushy snow off their ski boots in Güéjar Sierra. The crew had to travel to Valencia before the Spanish New Year. […]

Navigating Tight Spots at Christmas

Does Rudolph have a sixth sense? Does GPS guide Santa's sleigh? How do all those Christmas presents make their way around so quickly and accurately? […]

Skiing Sierra Nevada in Southern Spain

Cautiously excavating the Peugeot from an overpriced underground parking unit into the early morning sun, our brief time here was over. It was time for […]

A Digital Detox

Every January, people around the world, in a sense of self improvement, create personal goals. Eat better. Lose weight. My 2020 goal is be more […]

Was That a Fartó?

You can imagine my surprise when I saw the dessert menu after gorging on delicious paella. Listed in red on the menu was a dessert […]

31 Hours in Morocco

Situated along the Atlantic Coast, Cité Portugaise longed, and might I say, begged for a family of six to stroll the ancient Portuguese fort in […]

Time to Storm Luxembourg

The original road trip to Belgium and visit to The Abbey of Saint Sixtus of Westvleteren was cancelled due to the exorbiant price for train […]

¡Uh-Oh! Dulce de Leche Happens

Dulce de leche, empanadas, pizza, and asado have a special place in our hearts. Between every parrilla or empanada joint in Buenos Aires, Argentina, there […]

Tour de No Pants

Fortunately I didn't seek out the Tour de France, it came to me in Besançon. For those of y'all who don't follow athletes in lycra, […]

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