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.

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*TESOL means Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

Recent Posts

Goodbye To Quito

After my trip to Galápagos, I went back to Quito. The Galápagos trip included a return ticket to Quito so I had to be there even though I could stay in Guayaquil and from there, go to some other places. According to my journals, for those few days in Quito, it was like any other … Continue reading Goodbye To Quito

The Much-Anticipated Galápagos

It was indeed a much-anticipated trip but the nightmare came on my first day on the boat – my period came so I couldn’t go snorkelling. But, I had an idea. I remembered when I was in Fiji, I faced the same problem. How did I solve it? Not tampons. I got on a smaller … Continue reading The Much-Anticipated Galápagos

First Stop in South America – Ecuador

My first stop was supposed to be Peru and I even arranged a one-week Spanish lesson in Arequipa. However, I missed my flight so I took a plane to Ecuador instead. That was the earliest flight I could get. Ecuador, I’d say, was probably the hardest for me to travel around. I knew no Spanish, … Continue reading First Stop in South America – Ecuador

Sandy, I Will Remember You

After I quit my job, I started doing some research. In fact, when I was in the four-wheel drive in Mongolia, I had decided to go to South America despite the fact that I didn’t know any Spanish word including ‘Hola!’ The couple also said I didn’t need to speak perfect or fluent Spanish to … Continue reading Sandy, I Will Remember You

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