Bah humbug! Working at Christmas

Surely a foreign teacher doesn't have to work on the 25th December!

For some reason I had just presumed Christmas Day would be a day off for foreign teachers. It was only around three weeks before the big day that I was reminded that I was expected to be at work.


Getting a taste of the holidays in Bangkok

Where to go for that festive taste of home

As an expat in Bangkok, honestly there are very few things you can't get "from home" these days, but the Christmas season does tend to bring out the wants for those hard-to-find items and typically-Christmas things to do


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