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Teaching English in Thailand: Connecting With The Culture

Delicious Thai cuisine. Playful puppies. Exotic elephants. These are just some of the things you will experience while teaching English in Thailand. Sure, you’ll also be busy with lesson plans and students, but GeoVisions believes in having fun while learning about your new culture. We’ve worked with our friends at XploreAsia to put together some amazing field trips for you while teaching English in Thailand. We recently asked some of our participants to share memories about their favorite excursions.
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Teach in Thailand with GeoVisions: Ashley's Adventures

Hello! My name is Ashley; I am 23 years old and from North Carolina, United States. When I graduated from college in May of 2014 I just couldn't figure out what to do next in life. Even though I knew it wasn't what I wanted to do, I ended up spending the following year working a desk job. I worked in a wonderful office environment that was full of great people, but still the tedious 9 to 5 just wasn't for me at this point in life.
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Teaching Abroad: For the Young & Young At Heart

“You should travel abroad right after graduating from college,” is a common phrase I hear from friends, family and professors. People constantly tell me that will be the only time I will have to travel.  After that comes jobs, family and “adult responsibilities.”
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Teaching English Abroad: Alumni Extraordinaire!

Don’t ask jetsetter David Papier what his favorite country is, because the 66-year-old won’t give you a direct answer. It’s not that he doesn’t want to answer the question. The truth is he really doesn’t have a favorite country.
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Teaching English Abroad: Katerina's Summer At Camp

on Aug 14, 2019 1:20:36 PM By | GeoVisions Participant | 1 Comment | Teach Abroad Italy Camp Counselor Teaching English
Hello!  My name is Katerina and I am a 22 year old student from Calgary, Alberta – the Texas of Canada.  It was a pretty extreme difference going from cow country to historic Italy.
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