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.

I am also an avid traveller. I love exploring new places. That’s my passion. But if you don’t help others when you travel, what’s the point of travelling? I like volunteering, exchanging culture and sharing my travel stories when I travel. Even before couchsurfing started, I hosted backpackers or hung out with them. It seems cultural exchange is in my blood.

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

Day 2 At Kolsay Lakes National Park

There were two lakes at the Kolsay Lakes National Park. The host drove us to the first one. The car first stopped at a passport control office. We needed to register. It was true that we were the first ones this year. But I didn’t understand why I met some Russian travellers inside the national … Continue reading Day 2 At Kolsay Lakes National Park

A Two-Night Trip at Kolsay Lakes National Park

Woke up at 4am to catch a taxi to the bus terminus for the Lake Kaindy trip. The information centre arranged the trip for us except this taxi trip of course. It was a one-night trip. We would spend a night at a huge guesthouse run by a family in Saty. According to the information … Continue reading A Two-Night Trip at Kolsay Lakes National Park

Post Post-Long-Term-Backpacking-Depression Came Kazakhstan

After I finished my so-called ‘long term’ backpacking trip in South America (I met someone who had been backpacking for 20 years in Peru so my trip was really nothing), I suffered from post long term backpacking depression. I’d stay at home, sit on my sofa and start to cry because I missed it so … Continue reading Post Post-Long-Term-Backpacking-Depression Came Kazakhstan

My Last Destination – Lake Titicaca, Bolivia

I woke up early for the Lake Titicaca Bolivia trip. The bus was late. (I have mentioned the bus being late a couple of times in my blog for this trip. I guess this is a common thing there. After all, I wasn’t travelling in Deutschland. :D) There were only three of us in the tour … Continue reading My Last Destination – Lake Titicaca, Bolivia

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