I could hear his end of the conversation and I heard him saying “Oh, they are here now? Oh dear!”. He ended the call, turned to me and said, “We have to leave, NOW!” To the bewilderment of the visa … Continue reading
On Tuesday morning, I was sitting in possibly the best living room in the world, not minding if we spent the whole day there, when somebody mentioned shopping.
Posted in Eating Out, Events, Family, Food, Holiday, USA, Vacation
Tagged Beach holiday, beach house, family time, Oregon, twin rocks beach oregon, US trip
For years now I`ve had a long list of ‘American’ things to do: things I saw on TV and movies, read about in books, heard about from friends or my husband. The list includes but is not limited to the … Continue reading
As I was writing my latest blog post, describing the house we rented here in Kayseri, Turkey, my hands went to type ‘The only thing that would make living in this house more perfect is a dog’, but then I … Continue reading
While my last 1,5 in my current job teaching English at a preparatory school at a university in Kayseri, Turkey have been challenging, they have also been extremely rewarding and conducive to my development as a teacher, mostly due to … Continue reading
Posted in EFL, Events, Food, Holiday, Teaching, TESOL, Travelling
Tagged acropolis of athens, antique stores in Athens, athens, Athens Acropolis blog, Athens tourist blog, parthenon, TESOL Greece conference, What is acropolis
Along with hot air balloons, underground cities are another sight eponymous with Cappadocia. In fact, there are even underground cities here in Kayseri. There’s one in old Talas, really close to where we live and one recently discovered – under … Continue reading
This post is about the things that helped us survive our first year in Kayseri. These things might not be specific to Kayseri, Turkey, although as a smaller conservative town it has its challenges. The difficulties we faced were also … Continue reading
July 28, 2014
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If you are an English teacher like us, the end of the year for you is not in December, but whenever classes are over some time in the summer. And yes, it’s holiday time!
Posted in EFL, Events, Expat life, Food, Kayseri, Teaching, TESOL, Turkey, University, Work
Tagged expat blog in Kayseri, Expats in Kayseri, How to survive in a foregin country, kayseri, Kayseri blog, life in Kayseri, Prep School, turkey, Turkey blog, Turkish breakfast, working in Kayseri, Working in Turkey