My favorite part of coming home for the summer is taking a family trip with my sisters, nephews, cousins, friends or whoever can get off work. We usually go somewhere within driving distance and stay for about 3-4 days (before the dysfunction outweighs the fun) This year we headed to Eureka Springs, Ak. It was … More Greetings from Eureka Springs
“She’s right behind you!” I whispered. “Yeah, I know,” she replied sarcastically. I was surprised when my sister didn’t reach for her camera or turn around immediately to get the photo she had been talking about all trip. But, I figured she had a plan. That day we had walked all over Kyoto and I … More Greetings From Kyoto! The Geisha Shot
I mean kind of… Technically about as far into North Korea you can get while still under the protective presence of the US and ROK military. I’m not one of those “extreme” travelers! When I first moved to Korea, tensions with the North seemed to be escalating. There was a lot of missile tests and … More Greetings From North Korea! Crossing over the DMZ
Greetings from the Winter Olympic Games, PyeongChang 2018! Going to the Olympics is special for so many reasons. First, the opportunity to watch athletes perform at such a high caliber. The amount of dedication and training each individual had put in leading up to this point was inspiring. As a spectator, I held my breath … More Greetings From PyeongChang!
I am Ann Jones. An average name for a pretty average girl. Maybe that’s what makes me interesting or at least – relatable. I am an international teacher currently living in Korea. The wonderful thing about international teaching is that I can continue doing what I love and afford to travel the world. This was … More Greetings From South Korea!