Teacher's Limbo March 14th 2007 It's hard to give an update of what we're really doing right now. There are no kids, so teaching isn't that big at the moment. I'll explain...
English Village is sort of like a theme park. We've been hired to teach the One Day Program (ODP), which means that kids come to the village for the day with parents or teachers, and buy tickets to certain lessons. We then do the very interactive lessons w ... read more
Asia » South Korea » Gyeongsangbuk-do » Gimcheon Korea was an independent kingdom under Chinese suzerainty for most of the past millennium. Following its victory in the Russo-Japanese War in 1905, Japan occupied Korea; five years later it formally annexed the entire peninsula. After World War II, a... ... read more
Two South African graduates with itchy feet and very little money, we take to the East in search of beautiful views, wierd food and a backpack full of memories. This is the story of the highs, lows and the day-to-day journey.
After completing a year-and-a-half of teaching Inglish in South Korea and a beautiful ceremony on a wine farm during a holiday back in SA, we're now MARRIED and have even bought property together (our awesome tent-for-2!). Now that we're Kimchied-up we took the long road home to SA, including 4 months of backpacking around SE Asia.
Recently we moved to New Zealand ... full info