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Travel Forums Introductions Hey, I'm G!

1. Posted by Super G (Budding Member 19 posts) 9y

Hi,

This site was recommended by my friend, she said she got a lot of useful info from the 'lovely' people...

I'm a single, 23 yr old female who lives in the UK. I recently started a new career as a teacher of Geography... am taking advantage of this week we have off! (half term)

Earlier this year I spent 3 months Guadalajara, Mexico, as a volunteer teaching English at the University. I did some travelling too and managed to squeeze in a trip to Cuba!! Had THE best time! Most memorable 3 months of my life so far. Crazy, fun, adventurous and exciting times!!

In 2 years time i hope to travel around South America...so you know that i'll be a frequent visitor to this site! Hope to meet you all in the forums!

G ;)

2. Posted by danalasta (Travel Guru 519 posts) 9y

Hi Guhinder,

Welcome. Namaste! You will meet some amazing people here. Best of luck to your new career as geography teacher.

dana

3. Posted by Jase007 (Travel Guru 8870 posts) 9y

Welcome G,
Hope you get all the info you want, and make lots of great mates.
Jase

4. Posted by djiboutici (Full Member 465 posts) 9y

Hey,Welcome To A Great Place...

A lot of useful infos and some nice people too...Geography was always one of my favourites subjects(still is),i guess that's where i got my travelling bug from...Good Luck in your new position...I'm actually going to South America next year so i'll have all the infos for you in the meantime you always have the travels forums...

All The BestX
Enjoy Half-Term...

5. Posted by mikeyBoab (Travel Guru 5077 posts) 9y

Hi G, welcome to TP.

6. Posted by beerman (Respected Member 1631 posts) 9y

Welcome to TP Guhinder!!!

Congratulations on the new career.....hmmm, Geography......that may involve travel at some point....

And just to show you how small a world this really is, I attended the Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara in 1978 for a 6 week intensive Spanish course. And lived in Chapala and Ajijic for over a year, had many a Sunday brunch at the Real de Chapala. I remember fondly many hours of sitting in the open air restaurant right at the waters' edge downtown Chapala, drinking cans of Tecate with wedges of lime. I don't remember the name of that restaurant, but I do remember another one named La Viuda...great food.

Enjoy