Some Things You Might See During Your First Week in Thailand
Curious what your first week might be like on our Teach English in Thailand Program? Let our teachers Instagrams give you an inside look, and make sure you continue to follow along as they become TESOL certified and head out into their placements at #greenhearttravel!
Spent the day visiting the beautiful #phrayaNakhonCave just outside of #huaHin . We took a boat ride to a picture perfect beach off the #GulfOfThailand and began our hike up and down into caves that housed temple. We even got to see the endangered #duskyLangur on our hike back. #Thailand #travel #greenhearttravel #XploreAsia. This was also our first #NationalPark here!
This #coffee was to #magnificent not to share. We found a stand just down the street from where we are staying with the sweetest old lady making these. Not only are the Gigantic but they are extremely delicious! After I accidentally ordered two ( still working on my Thai ) Mike discovered he may actually really like coffee or just very sugary ones. What a great morning in #huahin #greenhearttravel #XploreAsia
Motor scooters in Thailand surpass every other form of transportation. I've seen 5 people crammed onto one, a boy no older than 10 driving one and even a dog sitting on one. I finally managed to get an amazing picture of a family, baby and all, whipping through the busy streets – they even posed for the picture. This country is one of a kind 😅😍 #Thailand #ChiangMai #GreenHeartTravel #motorbike #teachabroad
as the finale to my orientation week, we were assigned a small piece of wood to write down our fears, past drama, or whatever else is holding us back. We then threw the wood into the fire as a symbol of letting go and moving forward on our journey of teaching in Thailand. I wrote: fear of being unapologetically myself, fear of opening up & loving others. #tabularasa #maipenrai