Monthly Archives: July 2013

What Paper Makes Us

At camp you can be anything with only a bit construction paper and an imagination.  The culmination of my paper-craft came last night at “International Night” when my group and I presented on Antarctica wearing black t-shirts with white paper … Continue reading

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We High Fived a Fly Flying By

Yesterday I was sitting by the pool with Paige Burger and I was feeling pretty good about my day. In the morning I’d taken the English class to an amazing museum dedicated to the Hohe Tauern high alpine national park … Continue reading

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Teacher Profile

By Celine Wagner Ian is 19 years old, he’s born in New York 1984?  (in his fave countre) Ian has brawn hair and brawn eyes.  He is 1m and 88cm tall?  He likes to smile and he likes to teach. … Continue reading

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Pringles

Yesterday during free time I saw my youngest, cutest russian student holding a tube of Pringles outside the hotel. I went up to him and said, “Hey Vlad, gimme a high five.” Boom. After we slapped hands he looked at … Continue reading

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Mountain Hut

This weekend Dan, Balazs, Michael and I led a group of 31 boys on an overnight excursion high into the alps near us.  We took two buses: the second ascended a thousand meters over forty five dramatic minutes, passing one … Continue reading

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Pool Party

The morning started cloudy but as the afternoon wore on the sun came out and clouds dispersed behind the mountains.  When I was done with afternoon program I was itchy hot and dying to go to the pool where half … Continue reading

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ايان

ايان means Ian in Arabic, which is a phonetic language.  You’ve gotta love working in an international environment.

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