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I moved to Taiwan!

Because I never seem to stay in one country for long, I am now in Taiwan! I’m studying Chinese in the southern city of Tainan. It feels weird to be a student again after teaching for so long but I’m … Continue reading

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a weekend in Singapore

I am posting this embarrassingly late! I went to Singapore for a weekend LAST YEAR! It was a quick trip so I’m not pretending that I got an in-depth look at the country but I did get a glimpse of … Continue reading

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A short holiday in Guangxi

China is an enormous country with countless, beautiful sights to visit, but I’ve wanted to see the karst mountains in Guangxi for many years. It was cloudy and rainy for the majority of the time I was there but I … Continue reading

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Day Trip to Ayutthaya

I picked a good first day trip out of Bangkok. Ayutthaya was the old capital city of the Kingdom of Siam. It was built around 1350 and destroyed by the Burmese army in the 1700s. It’s now an incredibly popular … Continue reading

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Hello from Thailand

I promise I have a good reason why I haven’t updated my blog in a thousand years.  I moved to Bangkok, Thailand to work at a local secondary school! I’ve actually been here for a month already, but I’ve been … Continue reading

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Kouang Si Waterfall in Luang Prabang

First of all, this post is my 100th post on my blog! Yay!  I couldn’t think of a better subject than the beautiful waterfall near Luang Prabang. Even though Luang Prabang a smaller town without public transportation, it was easy … Continue reading

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The Perfect View of Luang Prabang

Luang Prabang is a sleepy city tucked away in the gorgeous mountains of Laos.  When I arrived at my guesthouse for the week, the gentleman working there said if I wanted the best view of the entire city, I needed … Continue reading

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Teacher Trip to Yeongin Mountain 영인산

It feels like it’s been a million years since I updated this blog!  I haven’t been particularly busy but I keep meaning to update on the weekends and then I completely forget, but not today!!! A few weeks ago, all … Continue reading

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Ha Long Bay

The main reason I chose to stay in Hanoi was because most boats giving tours of Ha Long Bay had pickup and drop-ff points in the city.  I ended up loving Hanoi, but the convenience was definitely what drove me … Continue reading

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5 reasons to love Hanoi (besides pho)

I know what you are thinking.  How can you talk about Vietnam without mentioning pho?  I feel like pho has already been mentioned a thousand times and there is a lot more to Vietnamese cuisine than one dish. There are … Continue reading

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