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Year 3 in Egypt!

It’s hard to believe that we are already in our third year of living in Cairo, Egypt! It seems like just yesterday my parents were dropping Becca and I off at Fort Wayne International Airport for our move abroad. When we left, … Continue reading

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Teaching in Egypt: Our 9-5…err, 6-6

We work for the American International School of Egypt. That’s right, I said we. Becca started working there back in October after she long-term subbed at another local school. I teach 5th grade, she teaches 2nd. Working in a school … Continue reading

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You Mean You’ve Been in Egypt a Month and Haven’t Seen the Pyramids Yet?

Hello friends and family! Time has FLOWN since we’ve arrived! We can’t believe we’ve been here over a month already. Last we had the opportunity to visit a tourist spot here in Egypt, Ain Sukhna (pronounced eye’n-soak-na), located at the north … Continue reading

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Thank God It’s Thursday! Tomorrow marks the beginning to our first weekend (Friday/Saturday) here in Cairo. Confused? Well, since the Muslim holy day is Friday and most Arabs are Muslim and Egypt is an Arab nation, it sort of makes … Continue reading

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Onward to Egypt!

This blog, previously known as Caleb’s blog, has now become our blog. Yup, I’m jumping on board with this thing, and also keeping the title the same – as it seems to fit where we’re both headed in the near future! … Continue reading

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Video: Farewell Little Ones

Farewell Little Ones from Caleb Hatfield on Vimeo. My days in Korea dwindle and the goodbyes have begun. This is a tribute to my favorite rugrats in Changwon on my last day at the Kindergarten. Song is First Breath After … Continue reading

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It’s been about 5 days now since I left Cambodia. It was an incredible learning time for me to be in a country that is plagued by poverty and religious misdirection. The majority of Cambodians are from Buddhist families and … Continue reading

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As I reflect on the last year as an employee of Ewha American Language School, I am affronted by a barrage of emotions, memories, and conclusions on my experience. When digesting my time at the academy some words that come … Continue reading

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2 months and rolling

Now with the second month under my belt, I’m really starting to get a feel for what day-to-day life of living in Korea is like. The summer I left behind already seems a lifetime away and the cool of the … Continue reading

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Jet Lagged in Jinhae

Well, I made it! As I’m sure you are probably already aware, I arrive here in my new home, Jinhae, about 48 hours ago. It has been a little difficult connecting with people since I didn’t have internet in my … Continue reading

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