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Teaching English at a Romanian Summer Camp: Everything You Need to Know

Ever wondered what it’s really like to volunteer teaching English at a summer camp abroad? Well in Summer 2014, we both volunteered to teach English for 7 weeks at the kid’s summer camp in Romania, Tabara Happy Faces, you know, instead

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Road Trip Transylvania

After our cross-dressing exploits, a couple of less wild weeks went by on camp. We went on a few trips with the children (I’ll write about those later), our new room-mate Rhia from Denmark arrived and Zahra, Rick and I were given

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Camp Life Becomes a Drag

<< Part 3: We’ll get to the part where I’m in a dress soon enough… But first update yourself on the story so far in my previous blog ‘Happy Faces in Romania‘. Our first week on camp was much less

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Happy Faces in Romania

<< Part 2: Homeless in Budapest Romania, the home of gypsies, thieves and scrap metal dealers. This is a country which basically serves as a holding room for people waiting to come to the UK to sponge our benefits and (for the few

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Homeless in Budapest

Life in a Bag There’s something kinda big I forgot to mention in my previous post, maybe for some kind of subliminal Freudian reasons where I figured that if I didn’t think about it, it might not be true. Thinking about

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An Unexpected Journey

I just finished booking a flight to Thailand and my first hotel in Bangkok, when it really sank in I will soon be leaving Romania, if not forever, then for a very long time. It got me thinking about all of the things

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