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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Ecuador – A Nine Year Old’s Observation

the entire family returned to the United States from Ecuador where we had spent eight days running around the central spine of the country along […]

Ecuador – An Eleven Year Old’s Observation

Once again during our summer travels, the family returned to the United States from Ecuador. The two oldest kids, Sophie and Dom, had a great […]

A Little PEQ Summer Travel

Every year as students run out the double doors of school after following the last final exam onto summer jobs and family vacations, I pursue […]

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. […]

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