It's my 2nd full day and I'm still adjusting to the time difference. I think that going to sleep when my internal clock thinks that it's late morning/early afternoon will take some time to get used to. Everyone at the school (both the Thai and English teachers) I've met so far are really friendly and have been super accommodating. As it turns out I'll be teaching sixteen 50-minute class periods each week. 10 of the class periods will be split between three 11th grade classes, and the remaining 6 will actually be with the Thai teachers.
Here are just a few pics I've taken so far. We've got the courtyard in front of out apartment building, some shots of the school campus, some tasty food, and, most importantly, a monkey and Monkey Mountain. Yes, there is a place nearby called Monkey Mountain. I only got some blurry pictures of the monkeys because, sadly our driver wouldn't actually stop. Rest assured though; I'm definitely going back and getting some better pictures in the near future.
I should probably get back to reviewing the textbooks I'm gonna be teaching out of. Luckily, they seem pretty user friendly as far as lesson planning goes.
p.s. Go O's!