#AsiaTravChat is coming every Tuesday!

I’m excited to announce that I’ll be hosting a brand new TwitterChat every Tuesday for the foreseeable future.  #AsiaTravChat is focused on living & Traveling around Asia and I’ll be joined by cohosts Samantha Adrianna of @ExpatAndTheCity and Kate Carter Hickey from @TOSeoulcialite.  Together we are excited to bring you new questions to inspire you to Read More …

A brand new look and winning a Liebster Award!

A few weeks ago I quietly rolled out a new homepage for Live,Travel, Teach.  Maybe you noticed, or maybe you didn’t but you can find it by clicking Home at the top left corner.  I’ve still got a lot of changes planned to make the site more user friendly and am open to all critiques. Read More …

Hour of Code – EDUC 932

Prof Katz assigned us an hour of code last night.  He gave us 3 options and naturally I tried the most advanced. I had to “remix Spacetrek” and embed it below.  When I first opened the game I immediately thought of my childhood Atari favorite, Asteroids and tried to recreate it.  I had a lot of trouble Read More …

The most important ISTE Standard – EDUC 932 Blog Post #1

During our first class Professor Steve Katz introduced the ISTE standards (International Society for Technology in Education.)  These standards are quite relevant for me especially given my most recently developed presentation, The Google Curriculum.  I’ll be presenting it for the first time at my school on July 19th and hopefully again in Zurich this fall! Its hard to pick the MOST Read More …

Holi Hai – Busan – Bangawoyo

After a great day at Jinhae’s Cherry Blossom Festival our Bangawoyo tour headed to Busan to party it up Indian style at Holi Hai. Holi Hai 16 Day Indian festival welcoming spring South Korea celebrates in Busan Holi Hai is the biggest celebration in the world with over 1.2 billion people participating across the globe. Read More …

3 nights in Puerto Princessa, Palawan – Philippines

After a few day on Cebu Ronda and I departed for Palawan where my brother, Ben, was waiting for us in Puerto Princessa. Truth be told this city is really just a hub and the best thing to do is head north for Sabang, Port Barton or El Nido but if you’ve got a few days Read More …

Taroko Gorge – Shakadang Trail & The Eternal Spring Shrine

Taroko Gorge is the best place to hike in Taiwan.  Its famous for massive marble walls in a giant chasm that is many kilometers long.  The mountains around the park reach well over 3000m and provide a stunning backdrop for any outdoor enthusiast.  On my first day in Taroko National Park I joined a few other Read More …

7 ways to spend a weekend getaway in Cebu, Philippines

Ronda and I arrived in Cebu excited for a relaxing island stay mixed with Filipino excitement. With 3 nights at an amazing Air BNB and an eyeful of adventure it was sure to be a great stay. The Philippines are a perfect place for backpackers on a budget or flashpackers like ourselves ready to spend Read More …