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Chile Celebrating 200 Years

Saturday, September 18th, 2010

of independence. Happy birthday Chile!

Thai Cuisine – Rat!

Wednesday, February 6th, 2008

Yes, I should be writing about Mexico, but this story caught my eye.

BBC photo

From the BBC…(and thank you BBC for eliminating my appetite this eve)

Thai fast food sellers are enjoying a boom in rat sales, as people learn to love the taste of the rodent.

While rat has long been eaten in Thailand’s poorer northern regions, a growing number of the country’s roadside vendors are now serving it up.

The rats are drowned and sold uncooked or ready to eat, with happy customers purchasing rat meat for as much as 150 baht ($4.82; £2.30) a kilogram.

“It’s better than chicken,” one customer told the AP news agency.

English Teaching in Argentina

Tuesday, October 30th, 2007


A foreign teacher over on Dave's ESL Cafe will be leaving Argentina very soon and has some private classes he would like to pass along.

If you're interested, you can reach him ... [Continue reading this entry]

How to get a job abroad teaching English

Wednesday, October 10th, 2007
globe So you've heard about teaching English abroad and you want to know how to do it... There are a number of ways to do it.  First, you'll want to ask yourself a few questions. 1.  Where would you ... [Continue reading this entry]

TEFL in Ecuador

Thursday, October 4th, 2007
Ecuador TEFL There's a teaching position open in Ecuador, according to a teacher there who is going home and needs someone to replace him. This came in from [Continue reading this entry]

Teacher in Space

Wednesday, August 15th, 2007
From a BBC Story: Teacher in Space NASA astronaut Barbara Morgan, originally a back-up to Christa McAuliffe (who lost her life in the Challenger disaster of 1986), fulfilled a two-decade promise to put ... [Continue reading this entry]

American? You Now Need a Passport

Sunday, January 14th, 2007
If you are American and travel abroad a lot, you probably already have a passport. However, if you don't have one, know that Homeland Security in 2004 made changes that are now coming into effect. US Passport[Continue reading this entry]

TEFL Watch – Look Out for the Bad Apples

Friday, January 12th, 2007
The website slogan says it all... Truth and Justice in TEFL World Snarling Doggy has been providing warnings, advice, and a voice to TEFLers around the world since January 2006. The TEFL ... [Continue reading this entry]

TEFL Course Videos – Students in Action

Friday, January 12th, 2007
TEFL Mexico Ever what wonder what's in store for you in a TEFL course? I regularly capture our TEFL students' efforts in the practical teaching component on video to be able to offer post-class feedback ... [Continue reading this entry]

TEFL Courses – Online or In Class?

Wednesday, January 10th, 2007
These days, there are many choices on TEFL courses. You can take them abroad or in your home country. You can now also choose to take them online or to take them in a class with other students. Which ... [Continue reading this entry]