About

My name is Megan and this blog is about my world ventures as a ESL teacher abroad.

To find out what it takes to become an ESL teacher, click here.

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teaching English in Mexico

Through teaching ESL (English as a Second Language), I have traveled to over 40 countries, and the journey has only just begun. 🙂

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Why check out my blog?

  • If you like budget travel 
  • If you like scuba diving
  • If you like global cuisine 
  • If you want to teach abroad
  • If you’re afraid of solo travel as a female
  • If you’re an animal lover  

…then you’ll definitely like this blog.  😀

Feel free to comment on any posts or private message me at mgriep0821@gmail.com if you have any specific questions. Cheers! 😀

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      1. Thanks Megan! One question, how do you feel about how tigers and elephants are treated in Thailand, those open zoos where you can enter a cage with a tiger, or riding an elephant? I would like to write an article about it, I was a visitor myself, but didnt live in Thailand, cannot say if these animals are maltreated behind the scene…what do you think, is that the case?

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      2. Well, I’ve heard quite a few mixed reviews on the tiger and elephant encounters. At this point, it seems that they are not being properly cared for, but hopefully that will change in the future. I would also take it on a case-by-case basis when researching each individual organization, when determining if they adequately care for those animals. Hope that helps. Thanks again for checking out the blog. Take care.

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