Traveling Pod: Episode 4 – Vientiane, Laos — The Roots! Stunning Human Beings & Gratitude

Air Asia flight bound for Wattay International Airport in Vientiane.  Hmmm, I'll just let the nostalgia sit in for a bit.  Just 3 years ago, I was scampering across the streets of Vientiane with a Frenchman who couldn't handle his alcohol, got snubbed by some tuk-tuk drivers (just like Thailand), and ended up walking home... Continue Reading →

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Another Emergency Vacation: Vientiane, Laos!

Oh-EMMMM-GEEEE! Clowns, angry women on their phones, changing of rules, hair-flipping...I'm over it.  Yes, I'm talking about the same thing I've always battled with immigration here in Thailand. However, let us be grateful today.  I'm so unbelievably grateful because that's the last time I will ever have to take that bus, the moped taxi, and... Continue Reading →

TOEIC: Transition Words

There are my absolute FAVORITE! I remember back in my college days my professor said to me, "if you can put transition words in your essay, I'll give you A's.  It needs flow."  So, I did.  The result = A's! These transition words, just like in the writing task II of the IELTS, are imperative... Continue Reading →

The Arsenio Buck Foundation: Protect Children In Southeast Asia + Giving Speeches In Impoverished Communities In America

All right, I've had enough with seeing old foreigners take advantage of slum kids.  The fact that I was just at work last Friday, looking at a completely disoriented foreigner with goggles on his face kissing a 16-year-old student without anyone speaking up is appalling.  Do immigration officers, police, or security guards even approach the... Continue Reading →

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