Not tomorrow but the next day will be our halfway point. I feel like I was born here, these people are my family, and this is where I live forever. I can't believe it's only been just over 2 weeks. It's really weird. The workload is exactly what everyone says. If you're thinking about doing this, don't take it lightly. We are in classes 6 1/2 hours a day (2 hours is either teaching or observing). Then we work through our 3 hour break on lesson plans and assignments. We work all weekend and try to take 1-2 hour breaks by walking into town. Each lesson takes about 6 hours to prepare; assignments take about 12 hours. We have 2 lessons to teach per week and one assignment given to work on over the weekend. Here is a picture of one of our fellow students prepared for the mosquitos on a mini break Saturday night. Too bad the nylon white knee socks didn't show up too well. Sexxxxy There was a second trip to the Jungle Laundromat this week. I got a p
Follow my experiences fro an onsite CELTA class in Montanita to Loja, where I worked as a teacher of EFL. Teaching English as a foreign language was an exciting experience, as was immersing myself in the culture of Ecuador. I also traveled to Cuenca, Riobamba, Banos, Quito, and The Galapagos Islands after my teaching stint was over.