Defying all rules of travel, I barely ate any British food whilst in London. Instead? Chinese food. Korean food. Japanese food. We were incredibly fortunate that Harry Potter and the Cursed Child was smack in the Chinatown district, and we made excellent use of our time there by eating everything delicious that we possibly could. Canterbury and … More Eating London: Food Recommendations in Chinatown
Guys!! I’m in a teaching competition for the company I work for – and I made it to the top 100!!! I haven’t updated about work in a while, but long story short, I love it. It’s amazing and better than anything I could have hoped for. One of the many reasons for this is … More Top 100 Teachers’ Competition!
This past weekend when Andrea, her sister, and I went walking around in hopes of digesting lunch so as to gorge on dinner, we came across a garage sale. I haven’t been to a garage sale in the longest time, so even though the people were packing everything up, we couldn’t say no when they … More For the Times in Between Travels
You know you’re a world traveler when you have five different types of money in your wallet. That would be Japanese yen, Korean Won, Australian Dollars, Canadian change, and 5 Chinese zhongguo renmin yinhang (though that last one’s a cheat, I got it in my coins when I bought groceries down te street ^ ^).
[I realize that I start every post with an apology for being neglectful…Marta has been extremely prolific on the blog, and it’s inspired me to tack at the keyboard once more! Here’s a simple image post while I finish my other one :3 A comparison between three major cities in East Asia and home.] Tokyo … More Metros I have Used