Montreal is home, but I only pass through as a traveler, now…
Before flying home to Montreal, I enjoyed a quick vacation in Thailand.
Well, it’s time to say goodbye. I’ll miss you guys!!!
Here are a few of my favorite pictures of Busan.
Well, I’ve been busy with my new job, but it’s time for a quick update! Here are some cool moments with my kids. I love teaching them, they’re so smart and so cute! 🙂
Busan is beautiful in the spring, with cherry blossoms everywhere! Here are also some more pictures of my awesome kids, as well as various outings and birthday parties.
Here is my new school! 글로벌키즈코리아
Here are some pictures I’ve taken over the years in Canada, Mexico, Holland, Serbia, India, Thailand, Laos, Bali, and Korea. The cashew blossoms (India) are amazing, the lotus has the sweetest fragrance, and I love the flower mandala!
I’ve been doing a lot of cleaning up on my blog, and I’ve also added a new page, Travel, for a quick summary of this important part of my life. I really enjoy sharing my travel pictures, and I hope ...
Busan is the second-largest city in South Korea, with 3.6 million people, whereas Seoul has 10 million people, and over 20 million in the metropolitan area! Lovely Busan is located on the southern tip of the peninsula and has a ...
I love kimchi jjigae! It’s tangy, spicy, full of delicious and healthy ingredients…
Has anyone on the planet not heard of the song “Gangnam Style” yet? This fun video by South Korean singer Psy is now the most-watched video of all time on YouTube:
In October, I had the chance to attend a very inspiring talk by Stephen Krashen at Busan University of Foreign Studies. Krashen is an authority in the field of second language acquisition.
Here are two reasons why I want to live in Busan:
1. Unlike its poor northern neighbor, South Korea is a democratic and highly developed country. Part of the appeal of living here is discovering a traditional culture set in a high-tech, stylish, and fast-paced environment.