30 things Korea taught me

As you know (or may not know), this is my second year living in Korea. For many reasons, I have chosen not to renew my contract and thus, will be leaving Korea for good next year. As I begin to … Continue reading

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To go or not to go?

Aneesa: I don’t often (never) reblog another blogger’s post but recently I came across this post: ‘Solo female travel – Nine myths and one truth’, by Stephanie Yoder, a girl who can’t sit still. She’s a traveller, a writer and … Continue reading

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A festive feast: Eid-ul-Fitr

Aneesa: A while back I wrote a post on Ramadaan. I tried my best to make it accessible for all our readers and it was quite well-received. Today I will write a long overdue post about the end of Ramadaan, … Continue reading

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Where do we go from here?

Some couples are so nauseating adorable. They finish each others’ sentences, eat off each others’ plates and call each other for hours every night. We are not such a couple. Faraaz hates long phone calls, Aneesa doesn’t see the point … Continue reading

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Be inspiring and get inspired

Aneesa: Oh gosh! It’s been a whirlwind couple of days. My schedule has changed- last week I was working 9-12 and this week I am teaching from 2-5. It’s gotten substantially hotter in Korea this week (around 36 degrees Celsius) … Continue reading

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I’d like to thank the Academy…

Faraaz: Imagine this scenario: It’s a quiet Friday night, your tummy is full from supper, and you’re checking your online banking to check the week’s spending.  Just as you begin daydreaming about your plans for the weekend, the phone rings … Continue reading

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