Tulsatrot

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

Angkor Wat

After a busy day in Phnom Penh, a bus carried my backpack and its incredibly handsome owner to Siem Reap, closest town to the iconic […]

Christmas Scooters Gone Wild

Your first impressions of Ho Chi Mihn City are "this place has either cloned scooters with great efficiency or all 6 million people here own […]

Con Boca Abierta

Travel provides life lessons and going overland to Bocas del Toro, the border crossing provided students a more immediate sense of the differences between two […]

Panamanian Morning Calls

Panama City marked the end of another educational journey with students to either Latin America or Europe. The majority of students agreed that Panama City […]

Can I Get a Dehumidifier Please?

Our bus passed past lush green mountains along a gravel road across banana plantations towards Tortuguero National Park, reachable only by plane or boat. The […]

Swinging Around Ecuador

And there’s nothing like a monkey calling your attention to the importance of protecting your children. More specifically, when your child swings across a valley […]

Green with Envy

The endless beige horizons contrasted dramatically against all the green gliding under the plane now. This contrast of colors surprised me. The family had just […]

Welcome Back to the United States

Welcome back to the United States after the very real prospect of spending summer trapped in our house under the Middle Eastern sun proved to […]

¡Pura Vida! The First Step in Costa Rica

Our initial exposure to Costa Rica and the tree canopy was from a 1,000 foot view point precariously connected to a cable above the lush, […]

A Sad Day

You never want your birthday to be a sad day. My daughter sat next to me on my 43rd and stared at me intensely. The […]

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 […]

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