I love to travel and learn about the world. I've been traveling around the world for over ten years and currently living in Bologna, Italy.



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Volunteering at an indigenous village in Argentina

For three days, I volunteered at the Guarani indigenous village of Peruti in the province of Misiones, Argentina. This was with the same organization I was volunteering with in Buenos Aires. There’s about 1,000 people living in this village and with at least 300 to 400 children.

Teaching English at Siyuan University in Xi’an, China Review and Guide

This is to make future teachers searching on Google or anywhere else aware of what to expect from Siyuan University(西安思源学院). Some of what I tell you might even hold true for other Universities but not all. Some of what I say could be my personal views, cultural differences of how I feel compared to what is expected in the US, and other things. Your experience could be different from mine but I still think some of what I say still holds true. I apologize to the regular readers as they might not interest you unless you're going to teach at this school or want to learn a little bit about Chinese education.Here's a combination of my review and guide for future teachers coming to Siyuan University in Xi'an, China (西安思源学院). Sorry for the long article but there's a lot to say after a year here. 西安思源学院审查

Things I’ll Miss About China

I flew to Xi'an, China in August 2010 to teach English part-time at Siyuan University for about 10 months. I had been to China before for one month but it was just for travel. I'm now at the end of my stay in China and about to continue my journey elsewhere. I'm going to really miss China.

Five Places You Shouldn’t Miss in the Philippines

I’m an avid traveller and have backpacked across the Philippines and other Southeast Asian countries as well. And I often noticed that most backpackers skip the Philippines on their backpacking itinerary. I always think that they’re missing a lot since my home country is such a backpacker’s heaven because of the numerous islands, beaches and mountains that they can go to. Here are five places that I think every backpacker should visit in the Philippines.

How to kill a snake (with your teeth)

In Ha Noi, Vietnam – I ripped the heart of a live beating snake with my teeth. This goes to down in history with eating …

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Beautiful Plitvice Lakes National Park

Never have I been so wet. And cold. I hate myself for only bringing a light cardigan sweater with me for my weeklong vacation in Croatia. The cardigan is so soaked through that it now feels like it’s a part of my skin. The only jeans I brought are covered in mud, as are my Converse. I had to buy a poncho at the gift shop. Needless to say, I’m not looking my best today. In my experience, being wet and cold means only one thing: I am miserable. But today that isn’t the case because I’ve just spent the day in a place whose beauty the most talented artist in the world couldn’t even conceive: Plitvice Lakes National Park.