Yesterday we woke up early for our appointed time to visit the Petronas Towers Skybridge. It was a good thing we booked it early because the line for tickets seemed to move slow, and we were able to jump to the counter and retrieve our tickets. After getting the tickets, we had a half hour … Continue reading Jerantut…is that in Malaysia?!?
Keri and I landed in Kuala Lumpur early this morning and made it to the guest house with little trouble. We're staying near Chinatown, so we were able to catch some Chinese New Year celebrations close by. We spent some time in the markets and at night we walked to the Petronas Towers to see … Continue reading Malaysia
I've been back in Beijing for about a month now, and I'm starting to get settle into the new school year. The first couple of weeks back were challenging for a few reasons. The first being jet-lag. I hate jet-lag, and I assumed that it would be easier to deal with after traveling back and … Continue reading Rough Start
I've been pretty terrible at updating my blog, but here is the update: I had a busy spring semester filled with teaching, tutoring, working out, and some traveling. School continued as usual and my students continued to improve their English. It was amazing to think that at the beginning of the year, most of my … Continue reading 2nd Year Down!
Our last morning in Railay, we got up and packed our bags and headed to the beach to catch a ferry to Koh Phi Phi. There is only one ferry a day from Railay to Koh Phi Phi, so when we didn't see Danielle and her friends, Ewing and Jacky, on the beach, we were … Continue reading Bangkok Christian Doctor?!?!
For two days, Danielle and I woke up, ate breakfast, laid by the beach, shopped , and tried to drink as many fruit smoothies as possible. After two days in Kao Lak, we had arrangements to move on to Krabi, so early in the morning our ride came to get us. It was a long, … Continue reading Amazon Bungalows
Danielle and I were definitely the early risers of the dorm we stayed in. By 8 on Sunday morning we were on our way to Starbucks to grab some breakfast before day long journey to see the white temple in Chiang Rai. After booking our bus tickets, we had two hours to kill, so naturally … Continue reading Moving South