Monthly Archives: November 2013

from a teacher’s diary: one day at the Primary

I leave home early, around 6.30 to arrive at the school gate just before 7. I do my ‘still zombie walk’ to the classroom, where I have my first class. I’m welcomed by applause and random ‘good morning teacher’ shouts, … Continue reading

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why don’t we..?

This morning while checking the Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2014- top 10 countries. – P., why don’t we go to Malaysia? – Why not. Check the skyscanner for flights. Skyscanner flights’ options showed us flights around $280 per person … Continue reading

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What we do…

We keep getting questions from people asking us what we are doing, if we found jobs, if we are travelling…. To make it clear: we both have jobs as English teachers. Now most of you probably are thinking about us … Continue reading

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nonsense

Dealing with certain things in this country can be very frustrating and I’m not trying to exaggerate here. That’s something that smoothened my mood a bit today. ‘ignore nonsense’ ‘ignore nonsense’ ‘ignore nonsense’. O.

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lecho

I paid a short visit to the local market after today’s morning classes. So far, I have been there accidentally a couple of times, but that’s going to change, no doubts! Apart from a suffocating smell of raw meats sitting … Continue reading

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a few words about…

…clothes. A dress actually.

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