On Control Top TV, Kylie Genter, an English teacher in Jinju, discusses meals for two, matching sweaters, and other dating rituals in Korea.
Lonely Planet named Wellington the “world’s coolest little capital” but I still didn’t think I would like it. This is because I generally don’t like cities, even the supposedly “cool” ones. Cities are loud and smelly and, least appealing of all, full of other people
Ours is a somewhat strange situation. We’re Americans with no family ties to Germany, yet we’ve ensconced ourselves in a small German village indefinitely. We work and go to school primarily with other Americans, yet we live alongside German families who have been in this little village for generations
Every day I am reminded how lucky I am to be a native English speaker. English is the world’s second language; it’s universal. I can travel to almost any country and will be able to get by, to some extent, with English. I often take this for granted; in America, you don’t think twice about the language that you speak because everyone around you also speaks it.
For someone with a huge appetite, I am a picky eater. Before coming to Salamanca, I painstakingly researched common Spanish dishes and eating habits, and I was not happy with what I found. I am an adventurous eater when trying new foods. Key word: try.