About Me

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

To find out how to become an ESL teacher, click here.

teaching English in Mexico

Through teaching ESL (English as a Second Language), I have traveled to 76 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! 😀

32 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Hi Megan, thanks for following my blog! That’s very cool you’re teaching ESL in Mexico! I look forward to following your adventures as well. 🙂


      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?


      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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  2. Thanks for the follow! I am absolutely amazed by your beautiful blog! I was in ESL for five years in elementary school. I am grateful for all the work my ESL teachers have helped me with.

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      1. Well, Megan, for the present we are in lockdown due to coronavirus. We can’t leave our town, and can only go out of the house for necessities. I wish you safe travels, though. Be careful!

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