Friday: There was an island-wide Global Festival that students attended. The festival contained many booths for different countries and cultures. I worked at the America booth and was able to see seven of my students who attended. My favorite part involved trying all the food at different booths.
Saturday: Nothing, it was glorious.
Sunday: I woke up early to meet a co-worker who is helping me learn Korean. We went down to the harbor then to a lap pool to swim. Being unaware of the swim policy I had to buy a swim cap, goggles, and a one piece before we could go. Afterwards I went on a walk with Jeanette and had dinner with her.
Many of my pictures were taken with the sun in my eyes so these are not the best pictures.
My booth had a mummy wrapping station.
My students, the sun was so bad.
They wanted the America booth in the background but you can’t even see it. Had to deal with sun in our eyes.
The student that I go to church with.
A student band who played really well.
I have seen pot leaves on socks and shirts; I assume they know what it means but being that laws are so strict here I’m surprised it’s everywhere.
Dinner after the festival.
Half of our dinner group.
More sun in my eyes.
From my walk with Jeanette
Two weeks ago – we played a game with cups and music; so far the most enjoyable activity.
Last week – we built card houses then used the cards for a speaking activity.
Unfortunately, when you give students cards sometimes it turns into a magic show. This picture helped me realize that no matter what I do in class, someone is always going to be sleeping.
This week we’re playing a matching Halloween game.
This was leaving school before the weekend, I love Korea.