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Teaching in Thailand

Location: Rasi Salai, Thailand

We arrive at our volunteer/homestay spot and settle in...to rural Thai life and to being teachers.

8 Jan 2007, 11:16AM

Jennifer's first day as an English teacher in Thailand...she immediately captivates her students.

7 Jan 2007, 1:22PM

On a trip to some ruins near Rasi Salai, we come across this village where the monkeys run wild.

8 Jan 2007, 6:58PM

One of the big thrills for everyone is traveling by motorbike. Here are Jennifer and Tim with Nam's cousin Oy. She stops by every night to see us and is as friendly a person as you can imagine.

8 Jan 2007, 11:16AM

Jennifer is nurturing while at the same time is demanding of her students. They must do their best.

9 Jan 2007, 2:30PM

The usual reaction of the students whenever Jennifer is around. They wait in line for her to correct their papers.

9 Jan 2007, 11:17AM

Timothy with Nam's nephew, Nut. Nut has been teaching the boys takraw while they teach him baseball. Tim took this photo of himself.

11 Jan 2007, 4:37PM

A fish trap from one of the ponds near the school. Fashioned out of bamboo, wire and string...and ingeniously designed.

11 Jan 2007, 4:08PM

School hallways, Sompoi-style. Emily and our host mother, Nam, head to the Horng Nam (bathroom.)

11 Jan 2007, 6:55PM

A barbeque birthday party at the school. It's our turn for Karaoke. We tried our best and definately had fun, but we may have given the impression that Americans are nice enough but can't sing worth a darn.

11 Jan 2007, 4:40PM

The Moon River that runs by the school and near our home in Rasi Salai. This is the spot where we go between classes to write and do homework.

12 Jan 2007, 7:36AM

Han, Nam's sister, cooks dinner for us each day and we adore her. Nam's son Riu rides on the front of the motorbike wherever they go. He's really good at holding on.

11 Jan 2007, 7:06PM

The school director is in purple in the middle surrounded by teachers at the barbeque. The contraption in the middle is for cooking pork and squid while vegetables and noodles cook at the edges.



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On a trip to some ruins near Rasi Salai, we come across this village where the monkeys run wild.

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Jennifer's first day as an English teacher in Thailand...she immediately captivates her students.

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Jennifer is nurturing while at the same time is demanding of her students. They must do their best.

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One of the big thrills for everyone is traveling by motorbike. Here are Jennifer and Tim with Nam's cousin Oy. She stops by every night to see us and is as friendly a person as you can imagine.

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Timothy with Nam's nephew, Nut. Nut has been teaching the boys takraw while they teach him baseball. Tim took this photo of himself.

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The usual reaction of the students whenever Jennifer is around. They wait in line for her to correct their papers.

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School hallways, Sompoi-style. Emily and our host mother, Nam, head to the Horng Nam (bathroom.)

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A fish trap from one of the ponds near the school. Fashioned out of bamboo, wire and string...and ingeniously designed.

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The Moon River that runs by the school and near our home in Rasi Salai. This is the spot where we go between classes to write and do homework.

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A barbeque birthday party at the school. It's our turn for Karaoke. We tried our best and definately had fun, but we may have given the impression that Americans are nice enough but can't sing worth a darn.

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The school director is in purple in the middle surrounded by teachers at the barbeque. The contraption in the middle is for cooking pork and squid while vegetables and noodles cook at the edges.

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Han, Nam's sister, cooks dinner for us each day and we adore her. Nam's son Riu rides on the front of the motorbike wherever they go. He's really good at holding on.