I am an avid traveller. I am also an online TESOL* (and other languages) tutor with 12 years of teaching experience. I specialize in International Phonetic Alphabet (Daniel Jones). I teach all age groups from kids to working adults. Recently, I started helping students with dyslexia to read.

My current initiative is to help children living in poor villages. A percentage of my net profit from my tutorials will be contributed to the Learn x Travel scholarship for these children.

Feel free to check out my ‘Recent Posts’ below or go to my ‘Blog’ in the ‘Menu’ to get to know me more.

Alternatively, you can contact me directly on social media here.

*TESOL means Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

Recent Posts

Biking Tour – Machu Picchu Jungle Trail Trip Day 1

First day of the Machu Picchu Jungle Trail trip. There are many routes to Machu Picchu. Well, all roads lead to Rome. The most famous and expensive one is Salkantay Trek or Inca Trail. It’s so popular that you need to book it in advance. But I guess with the pandemic still around, you don’t … Continue reading Biking Tour – Machu Picchu Jungle Trail Trip Day 1

Cuzco, A Must-Go Place

It was hard for me to believe it was December. I am sure all the backpackers will agree that time flies especially when you’re on the road. After taking a rest last night to acclimatise, I went out to explore this city. It was another small city but it was very attractive. I loved the … Continue reading Cuzco, A Must-Go Place

A Hike At Rio Verde, Baños

Cloudy. Occasional rain. I think that was what the weather was like at that time of the year. I decided to do some hiking at Rio Verde to see the waterfall which was a bit far from the Baños town centre so I took a bus which cost nearly nothing. Rio Verde was beautiful. The … Continue reading A Hike At Rio Verde, Baños

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