Travelblog recommendation

06 Jul

Finding a good blog for teaching is a difficult task because it has to fit 80% of what you need. (Thank you for reading this blog by the way!)

For 5th graders, one project is about travelblog and making difference between our country and English-speaking one:

I searched and searched. I went directly for Award-wining blogs (Yes, there are awards… I am hoping for my nomination one day).

The best way to make contrast between two cultures is for an outsider living in this new community. I found one totally winner.

Other good post:

I love Japan, I read religiously a couple of blogs about Spanish speakers living in Asia:

  • Award winner blogger celebrity Flappy and his blog: Un Español en Japon. Beautiful pictures and corky stuff about Japan, also history, food, and lots of cool things.
  • Azul from Paraguay, share her life and family in Vida en Japon. Sadly she doesn’t post very frequently.
  • Nora’s blog is good too. It’s Una Japonesa en Japon.

This one is the coolest thing ever… A family travelling around the world just because… That so sweet. Check it out Vuelta al Mundo en Familia. It’s in Spanish but it’s worth mentioning.


Posted by on July 6, 2012 in 5th grade


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2 responses to “Travelblog recommendation

  1. yankeebean

    January 31, 2013 at 2:12 am

    I’m sorry you don’t think we have a good blog 😦 But thanks for the link! 🙂

    • Teacher Ale

      January 31, 2013 at 2:19 pm

      I apologize if I offended you. When I posted that note (6 months ago), you blog was seriously outdated.

      I meant that it wasn’t good for the lack of recent posts. (Months ago)

      Sorry. I will make changes at once.


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