My 6 weeks of adventures have put in me the path to meet many Vietnamese people. Living in a more rural part of the country, locals rarely have the chance to try out their English skills outside school. This means that everyone I meet is eager to ask me questions. And here we reach an […]Read more "Top 6 Questions You Get Asked When Meeting A Vietnamese Person"
It’s finally happened! I taught my very first class. The students didn’t seem to get worse at English, so I’ll chalk it up as a success. With a contract signed and a working schedule, I’m doing what I came here to do – educate. My class schedule is slow right now – I’m only teaching […]Read more "A Week Of Firsts – Officially Teaching And Rainy Season!"
A haiku: Air conditioning, You are so close to my heart. It’s so f—ing hot. Geography lesson: the closer you are to the Equator, generally the warmer temperatures are. My adventures in Da Nang and Hoi An are case studies in this principle, and my sweat-drenched shirts are evidence. I’m starting to acclimatize though! Rather […]Read more "Da Nang Part 2 and Hoi An!"
Word finally came in that my teaching career will start on Sunday, September 13th! Life has been pretty laid back with so much free time. My routine for the first half of the week was as follows: Wake up (Obviously. Not really sure why I felt the need to include this.) Catch up on the […]Read more "Final Week As A Mostly Free Man"