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Photo Friday:  Ploshchad Revolyutsii Station

Photo Friday: Ploshchad Revolyutsii Station

It’s easy to see why Ploshchad Revolyutsii is one of Moscow’s most famous subway stations, and after the response to last week’s first subway station post highlighting the stunningly gorgeous mosaic art of Komsomolskaya station, I thought that Ploshchad Revolyutsii’s…

ASEAN Pass Tips and Value

ASEAN Pass Tips and Value

Thanks to the Air Asia ASEAN Pass, I was able to go country-hopping in southeast Asia. Actually, the credit goes to my cousin who gave me the pass.  He was planning a trip with his pass, but didn’t know how…

Photo Friday: Komsomolskaya Station

Photo Friday: Komsomolskaya Station

I mentioned in previous posts about living in Moscow that this city has such classy, beautiful, unique subway stations and as promised, here is the first Photo Friday post featuring one of the best stations – Komsomolskaya. It’s on the…

Photo Friday: Samurai Home Life

Photo Friday: Samurai Home Life

With the response to last week’s Photo Friday post about Toronto’s Gibson House Museum, it dawned on me that giving you a look into samurai home life would pique your interest.  I have yet to meet a person who didn’t…

Photo Friday: Toronto’s Gibson House Museum

Photo Friday: Toronto’s Gibson House Museum

Since July 1st is Canada Day, I thought I’d feature Toronto’s Gibson House Museum for Photo Friday. The house was owned and built by David Gibson, a Scottish immigrant.  It was completed in 1851, so that means that it was in…

Photo Friday: Cardiff Castle Keep and Walls

Photo Friday: Cardiff Castle Keep and Walls

With the very first Photo Friday post having gone live on June 26th last year, I thought that I’d feature Wales’ Cardiff Castle this week to close the first full year of Photo Friday; in my very first blog post,…

Teaching English in Japan and Russia…So Far

Teaching English in Japan and Russia…So Far

Teaching English in Japan and Russia (so far) like anything else, have their similarities and differences that are rooted in culture.  Of course, I can’t comment on teaching English in Russia the way I can about teaching English in Japan…

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