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By Jenni Gate

This morning, I woke up to find myself quoted on Communicating Across Boundaries. Marilyn created a terrific little graphic with a travel quote I left on her blog several days ago. Please drop by her site and leave your own quote about travel. Check out the posts on her site while you’re at it. She is full of wisdom and insights.

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Travel expands the limits of our imagination

Between Worlds Book Launch

Between Worlds, Essays by Marilyn Gardner

By Jenni Gate My friend Marilyn Gardner, launched her book into the world last night. Between Worlds is a book of essays detailing her experience growing up as a Third Culture Kid (TCK), mostly in Pakistan as the child of missionary … Continue reading

Thai Kitchen Cookery Centre — Cooking School

Spicy chicken soup cooking -Cooking school, http://wp.me/p3blLF-1c7

Cooking school ranks high on the list of things to do in Chiang Mai, Thailand. We booked our class through Thai Kitchen Cookery Centre, but there are several schools to choose from. Thai Kitchen Cookery Centre is the original cooking school in Chiang Mai. Most offer half-day and full-day options, and some even offer trips to a local farm. We chose a half-day course with pick-up from our hotel. The school has vegetarian options. The price was 800 Baht each, or about $24 each. After gathering us at the cooking school, we selected the recipes we wanted to cook.

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Identity Crisis Or Education Opportunity?

Tayo Rockson

I am pleased to feature Tayo Rockson in a guest post today. Tayo featured me on his blog last week. Tayo Rockson is an author, podcaster, and digital marketer. Born in Nigeria and raised throughout Africa, Europe, North America and Asia, Tayo’s … Continue reading

Review of Trailing: A Memoir

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By Jenni Gate Normally when I read memoirs, I take my time getting through them to absorb the entire experience and think through the challenges and observations of the author. Reading Trailing: A Memoir, by Kristin Louise Duncombe, was like reading a … Continue reading