Archive | April, 2011

Photo Friday

Photo Friday

Tweet I have taken a lot more photos since moving abroad and I can’t quite put them all up on the blog. So I thought I would share one with you each Friday.   Follow Teaching Expat on Twitter or subscribe to the RSS Feed to never miss an update.

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Getting Out of Town - By Car

Getting Out of Town – By Car

Tweet Most expats in Korea don’t have a car, but a friend of mine bought one a few weeks ago so we decided to take it for a ride. Public transportation in Korea is awesome. With the trains and buses you can get just about anywhere. Throw in the abundant and cheap taxis and you can […]

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Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) South Korea Part 2

Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) South Korea Part 2

Tweet The Demilitarized Zone, or DMZ, was one of the most interesting places I visited in Korea. After visiting the Joint Security Area, or Panmunjeom, we took a tour of different areas along the border. We stopped to see in the distance the North Korean “peace village”. Each side has a “peace village” but only […]

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Back in Korea

Tweet I left Migukistan (aka the USA) in late March to return to the Land that Logic Forgot. I spent roughly 5 months at home visiting friends and family and generally slacking off. I had a great time and it was great to see everyone, but I am glad to be back working. I really […]

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