Monday, July 8, 2013

Concluding my Trip to Ayutthaya

I'm like a week behind in the video production department, so no blog today.  Instead, I just want to get this third and final episode of the Ayutthaya Trilogy out there...


  1. Hi there, I've been reading your blog for the last hour or so (mind you, I'm at work) and found it not only interesting, but I also really like your writing style. I'm impressed that you don't hid facts that would be embarrassing to some.
    I'm planning to take up the TEFL course in January in Chaing Mai and then teach English in Thailand. I haven't got any experience with teaching and I'm worried how I would cope with kids and children and teaching itself.
    Most bloggers don't put much details of how it is to teach and I found your videos really helpful.
    Plus, I'm a bit worried about the heat and the embarrassing sweating part and I'm a bit relived to see that it's just a common problem among foreigners.
    Keep up the good work! I hope to read more of your posts soon :)

  2. Blond, I'm happy you've been enjoying my blog. That one where I was teaching the little kids, that was in April, the hottest month of the year. I don't sweat nearly as much now. Maybe it's a little cooler, maybe also the body adapts. One place you can go for some great advice as a new foreign teacher in Thailand is

    1. Oh, I don't think you sweat much haha-don't get me wrong. i have been to Thailand twice and i know what that temperature can do to your body.
      Do you enjoy teaching? How long are you planning to stay in Thailand for.
      My blog is: if you would like to read a bit of my stuff.
      If you agree we could cooperate and you could write a guest post for me.


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