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Amy Sininger
Arizona, Hawaii, New England, Thailand
Sunshine enthusiast, hot sauce connoisseur, mermaid aficionado, exploration extraordinaire. Not all who wander are lost… but if you are lost, you should wander.
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Yesterday at sunset, I was going to the store on the back of a motorbike taxi. I was holding on with only one hand on the back and my legs were bumping into other motorbikes and taxis as we weaved our way through traffic and in between car’s side mirrors.... Continue reading
If there’s anything I’ve learned in Thailand, it is this very important lesson: Never under-appreciate hot water and breakfast foods. It is a fact that one’s quality of life is directly related to breakfast. I miss breakfast so much that I often find myself day dreaming about french pressed coffee... Continue reading
My brother often says: “It’s not an adventure until something goes wrong.” Now, personally, I prefer my adventures to go smoothly. But, perhaps it actually is “things going wrong” that make something an adventure. It certainly does make a better story. Especially if that story happens to be your ear... Continue reading
Recently, while searching the internet for a lesson plan to explain “superstitions” to my 14 year olds, I stumbled upon a quote: “The best journeys in life are the ones that answer questions that in the beginning you never thought to ask.” I like this quote. And I like to... Continue reading
I have good news about moving to Thailand, and I have bad news about moving to Thailand. I’ll give you the bad news first. The bad news is that germs are real. Can confirm: Germs. Are. Real. I say this with certainty because I have been here for three weeks... Continue reading
Hello, readers. Welcome to my portion of the Teach in Thailand blog! I am very excited to be a contributor amongst the rest of these very talented/intelligent/hilarious/adventurous writers, and I pledge to try and live up to the high expectations. However, there are no guarantees and I imagine my contributions... Continue reading
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