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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Oh Baby, 3 for the Price of 2

During our trip, we filtered suspicious water. Apparently, the modification from filtered water to bottled water in Koh Tao and Bangkok, we stopped filtering and […]

Why I Travel

Invariably during the year, often during cold winters, a basic sensation floods my being. It's the desire, maybe even a deep innate need, to travel […]

No Derailing This Road Trip Across the United States

I placed Dom (8 years old), Annie B (3 years old), and Momo (2 years old) safely in our metal steed for our road trip […]

My Best Bucket List Ideas

Bucket lists. Everyone has one. Mine seems to expand with each National Geographic article, Instagram photo, and Facebook family trip I see. So you could […]

Elephant Heaven

You know … they say an elephant never forgets. What they don’t tell you is, you never forget an elephant. … Continue reading "Elephant Heaven" […]

What’s the Capital of Thailand?

Like any big city, Bangkok afforded us the opportunity to watch movies, take care of some visa errands (here we come Laos and Vietnam!), and […]

Running for a Myanmar Visa

As luck would have it, a local bus headed immediately to Ranong, the town where we could jump over into Burma for a daytime Myanmar […]

Happy Toilet, Happy Life

We've observed some interesting facets of Thai and South East Asian culture. Thailand hosted the World Toilet Expo and Forum where experts talk about poop. […]

My Girl has Gone Postal!

My Annie B stayed home today from school. Come to find out at the doctor's office she had ear infections in both ears. Double whammy. […]

Oh Koh Lanta, Get Off My Jungle Gym

While in Koh Lanta, we noticed the beautiful green distant islands jutting out of the Andaman Sea, quaint little bungalows, and an overabundance of Thai […]

Soaking In Cartagena

One Bag Vagabond Back in June 2018, I was in communication with Jules from One Bag Vagabond. The Aussie was … Continue reading "Soaking In […]

Cycling Belgium

In 2012, I decided to spend my 40th birthday doing some things that I love. Thus the idea of cycling around Belgium to various Trappist […]

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