Month: August 2008

TEFL Survival

Chapter 4: TEFL Survival Teaching English as a foreign language (TEFL) is not a bad way to survive in the third world,considering local wages, local expectations of life quality and local work conditions, TEFL isn’t a bad alternative…. Read More

A weekend in Asheville

If I appeared to drop off the map for the last few days, that is because I did. I was in Asheville, North Carolina at the Southern Energy & Environment Expo. The company I work for; TS Designs,… Read More

Brian’s least favorite things about living in Uruguay

Classism – Typical of virtually all of Latin America, Uruguay is built on hundreds of years of precedent maintaining the landed classes authority.  Be it the favoritism for monopolies, harsh taxes on the middle class, or welfare payments… Read More