After a week of bus rides, climbs, and overall chaos, Tommy and I deserved some relaxation. We flew to my former state of Terengganu, on the east coast of Malaysia, and then took a Grabcar which is the Southeast Asian version of Uber. 1,654 more words
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We held our Day in the life of a TEFL/ESOL teacher at the end of April.
Our three speakers: Damien Marwood, TEFL teacher at International House in Newcastle; Becky Goodfellow, ESOL and EFL lecturer in the UK and China; and Ala’a Otain, Project Manager at N.E.S.T (North East Solidarity & Teaching), talked frankly about their careers including the pros and cons of working in this field. 93 more words
The last few years the situation in Nu Po and other camps, has changed a lot. Donors have redirected their focus on working inside Burma, organisation are following thye donors, and part of the population either follow organisations or are finding refuge in Thai jobs, thirds countries or somewhere in Burma. 709 more words