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My Pimsleur Thai 10-Day Challenge

My Pimsleur Thai 10-Day Challenge

1 / November 18, 2013 4:33 pm

I’ve been saying forever that I’m going to get off my lazy ass and learn Thai (seeing that I live in Thailand), and I’ve finally started. I’ve completed the first 10 days of the Pimsleur Thai course. I wasn’t really [&hellip

Video: Never Go to Thailand!

Video: Never Go to Thailand!

0 / November 12, 2013 12:12 am

This guy has a made a number of these videos. I really like them!

2013 Red Bull Cliff Diving in Krabi Thailand

2013 Red Bull Cliff Diving in Krabi Thailand

0 / October 30, 2013 6:10 am

This is very cool!

Thai Countryside Buriram Province

Thai Countryside Buriram Province

0 / October 11, 2013 6:41 am

Took a ride out to a reservoir outside of Buriram city over the weekend….beautiful place. Life is so old fashioned! It’s like transporting a hundred years back in time! These are the boats the local fisherman use to make their [&hellip

Fighting for Freedom–Literally

Fighting for Freedom–Literally

0 / October 11, 2013 6:16 am

There is always something crazy going on in Thailand. In this case, Thai prisoners get to fight–the winner gets a get-out-of-jail-free card! http://bangkok.coconuts.co/2013/10/08/prison-fight-inmates-battle-foreigners-freedom

You Must Watch This (Taiwan)

0 / September 1, 2013 10:42 am

This is in Taiwan. Keep an eye on the top of the mountain….then keep watching!

Cool Arabic Alphabet Chart

Cool Arabic Alphabet Chart

0 / August 31, 2013 3:03 pm

Arabic is not a language I’ve ever tried to learn, but it sure looks interesting, especially if you’re looking to dust off your old cursive writing skills. Thanks to SpeakOut! Languages for sharing! Original Source

Great Korean Alphabet Chart With Audio

Great Korean Alphabet Chart With Audio

0 / June 24, 2013 6:23 am

Learning Korean? There are tons of free Korean alphabet charts online, but hardly any have audio. This chart has all vowels, consonants and combinations of vowels and consonants spoken by a native Korean speaker. Check it out! http://www.speakoutlanguages.com/korean-chart

Touring Southern Thailand on My Motorcycle Days 5 & 6

Touring Southern Thailand on My Motorcycle Days 5 & 6

0 / June 12, 2013 10:08 am

After a good night’s rest in Chumphon, it was time to hit the road again. Today is day 5, and I’m heading to Surat Thani. View Larger Map This should have been a pretty easy, uneventful day. The scheduled ride [&hellip

Touring Southern Thailand on My Motorcycle Days 3 and 4

Touring Southern Thailand on My Motorcycle Days 3 and 4

0 / June 8, 2013 11:55 am

It’s day 3, and I should be on my bike heading south to Chumphon. Instead, I’m laying in bed wondering who’s beating on the back of my eyeballs. I went a little overboard with the beers last night. Anyway, the [&hellip

Touring Southern Thailand on My Motorcycle (Day 2)

Touring Southern Thailand on My Motorcycle (Day 2)

0 / April 17, 2013 3:54 am

Day one of my trip, while exciting, was not very fun. I plowed ahead on a big, ugly highway with big, ugly, stone throwing, fume spewing trucks driven by maniacs who didn’t seem to care if they lived or died–a [&hellip

Touring Southern Thailand on My Motorcycle (Day 1)

Touring Southern Thailand on My Motorcycle (Day 1)

4 / April 12, 2013 3:32 pm

It’s still dark out. The morning is crisp and cool, especially for Thailand. I’m strapping my new Skoyco touring bag and my backpack to the rack of my Lifan Cross 200. I feel strange. Alone. I’m about to embark on [&hellip

Running in Thailand

Running in Thailand

0 / August 15, 2012 12:25 pm

Been doing a lot of running in Thailand, and I’m now using an Android app called “Run Keeper” to track and log my runs. Best part of the app are these cool maps you get!

Buriram to Khlong Yai: My 3-Day 1200 km Motorcycle Ride

Buriram to Khlong Yai: My 3-Day 1200 km Motorcycle Ride

0 / August 11, 2012 11:25 am

My friend Pieter and I recently grabbed our bikes, him on his Kawasaki KLX 250 and me on my Lifan Cross 200, and headed out on a 1200 kilometer road trip from Buriram Thailand all the way down to the [&hellip

Early Morning Exploring on My Motorcycle

Early Morning Exploring on My Motorcycle

0 / July 8, 2012 3:38 am

Woke up wide awake at 5:30 this morning, so I decided to hop on my motorcycle and do a bit of off-road exploring here in Isan, Thailand. My goal for this morning was to find a dirt road that went [&hellip

Life Planning: From Broke to Beach in 24 Months Step 3

Life Planning: From Broke to Beach in 24 Months Step 3

0 / October 28, 2011 8:30 am

Step 3: Building Your Online Empire Okay, you’ve gone to Korea, You’ve taught English for a year. And now you’re sitting in your new place in Thailand or Vietnam. The clock is ticking. You’ve got 12 months of cash on hand. In [&hellip

Life Planning: From Broke to Beach in 24 Months Step 2

Life Planning: From Broke to Beach in 24 Months Step 2

0 / October 27, 2011 6:36 am

Step 2: Goodbye Korea, Hello Tropical Beach You’ve spent a year teaching English in Korea, and not only have you broadened your horizons, but you’ve also had a rip roaring good time–all while stuffing 12 grand in your pockets. Well [&hellip

Life Planning: From Broke to Beach in 24 Months

Life Planning: From Broke to Beach in 24 Months

3 / October 25, 2011 7:26 am

How many people are slouched back in their chairs right now, head back, eyes closed, thoughts of hammocks and white sand beaches drifting through their thoughts… Bam! Back to work, son! It doesn’t have to be that way, not with [&hellip

How to Choose Japanese Language Learning Software

How to Choose Japanese Language Learning Software

1 / October 24, 2011 8:18 am

All Japanese language software makers claim that their products are the best. The truth is, though, that some products are great for certain types of learners and not so great for others. To ensure that you get the best Japanese [&hellip

Teaching in Korea: How to Ensure a Great Experience

Teaching in Korea: How to Ensure a Great Experience

0 / October 19, 2011 8:46 am

Photo Credit Teaching in Korea can be a wonderful, uplifting, eye-opening experience, or it can be a total nightmare. Which way it goes for you depends very much on how you plan your stay overseas. This post is going to [&hellip