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

For Yangshuo, Made In China

The green, quaint town of Yangshuo and a tout wearing wire glasses awaited us weary travelers heading south from Guilin. The post For Yangshuo, Made […]

Kunming to Frigid China

Kunming unexpectedly introduced Chinese customs, like incessant smoking and spitting on public transportation, that left Nadine and I head colds. The post Kunming to Frigid […]

Uncle Ho, Those Rice Paddies Are Way Too Green!

The past week and a half has been a Vietnamese kaleidoscope that presented the best and worst of Halong Bay and what northern Vietnam has […]

Breaking The Camel Barrier

Like salt in the sea, camels roam the desert. An unprecedented pandemic presented an unexpected opportunity. It's allowed me to fully reengage my love of […]

Mamma Mia, This Trip is Finito

In the hustle and bustle of a spirited day in the Vatican, we strode up inconspicuously to the very friendly Eugenio. A grandstand of L'Espresso […]

Ciao Bella Italia

The popular intercity hike through the five Cinque Terre towns was the activity of choice for the three Bissonnette girls, and being outnumbered, that is […]

Much Addo About Elephants

"Silence is the perfectest herald of joy." This Shakespeare quote sufficiently summarizes a single day at Addo Elephant Park and Schotia Lion Reserve? The post […]

Life on the Indian Sub-Sub-Continent

The largest contingent of Indians outside of India? Yep, a large population living in the Indian Ocean coastal town of Durban, South Africa. The post […]

Surfing and Sliding Over Rough Coffee Bay and Hogs

Coffee is known to make people happier. Even fight depression. The same could be said for travel. So from the confines of Durban, South Africa, […]

Welcome to the Jungle . . .

A visa extension delayed our departure. However, exactly a week later, our passports returned with the ease of mind to roam Dalat and coastal Vietnam. […]

Sandy Bottoms and Hammer Pants

This concludes two weeks teaching English to a gregarious group of nuns in Mui Ne. The road beckons as we resume travels to northern Vietnam. […]

The Vietnam Dong Song

Vietnamese currency is the dong and every time we have to pay with dong here in the Mekong Delta, under my breath I sing Sisqo's […]

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