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I left Bruno and the Arabian Peninsula behind and took advantage of cheap Dubai flights to jet-set to Singapore. Despite seeing and eating my way through much of the country, this wasn’t a touristic trip, but a chance to spend a week with my long-lost best friend, Alex. A fantastic, rejuvenating and inspiring week it was – thanks Alex!

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Yesterday was my champagne birthday, meaning that I turned 26 on the 26th. But the number game doesn’t end there – in fact, I was born on the 6th month, at 10:26, after 26 hours of labour! Champagne birthday it is!It was a nice, relaxing day. After eating a filling brunch cooked by Louis, I […]

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This semester, I was offered the position of being a homeroom teacher for KG3, the year just before grade one, when students are 5-6 years old. I jumped at the opportunity, because it has been at least a year that I’ve been wanting to teach homeroom for a younger age level. I’ve now been teaching […]

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Since early March, red-shirt protestors have been in Bangkok causing a certain level of disturbance. This mostly consisted of small annoyances, such as taking over a park I like to visit, or causing traffic because of protests. But, as everyone knows, in mid-May, things escalated to a level I don’t think anyone expected. There was […]

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I know I am waaaay behind on posts, but perhaps an explanation of my last few months can serve as an explanation for why I haven’t bothered writing.At the beginning of April, I spent a lovely week in Phuket with Louis. A few workmates rented a home in Phuket and needed me to cat-sit for […]

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