I am a student, in the broadest sense of the term; that is, I am constantly looking for opportunities to learn, reflect, and grow in the many things that I do (e.g. professionally as a teacher, deliciously as a cook, husbandly as a husband). However, I’m quite sure the kind of student that I am isn’t…
Ah, Windsor Castle, in the county of Berkshire. We never saw you.
Later that night, we met up with some Vancouver friends to check out a food market by the river.
Having visited most of London’s major museums by now, Jack and I took to rambling around the city.
‘Twas on Valentine’s Day that we once again went to a show. But not just any show. We were going to go see Agatha Christie’s “The Mousetrap,” a production that has had the longest run of any other play in history.
One of the things I’ll miss most about London was all its free museums. There’s never a dull walk with all these places of things in such proximity to home.
London was pretty crazy in terms of a first-time teaching experience. Or so we thought. Then we came to Dagang.
Oh puns. As we’ve mentioned before (I think), we’re currently teaching in China. Specifically, we’re in the small town of Dagang which is close to the larger city of Zhenjiang. Even more specifically, we’re on the outskirts of the small town of Dagang. In Calgarian terms, this is like being in the outskirts of Airdrie. Most…
Hello! It’s been awhile since the last post (for obvious reasons)! Reasons like: school, getting our new place set up, finding a vehicle (see the featured image), getting used to school and work-life balance here, getting to know new friends, and going to Shanghai and Beijing. All of the posts and such will come in due…
Into China, that is. That’s right — I’m writing to y’all straight from behind the Great Firewall of China and things are absolutely splendid here.