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What book should I take?

 
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PostPosted: Mon May 16, 2005 8:28 pm    Post subject: What book should I take? Reply with quote

We have had the following request from GenieCDN.

Last winter I started volunteer teaching for one of the colleges here (Canada) and I'm also teaching one-on-one privately. This fall, I'm going to teach in Asia and was wondering if anyone knew of a great (not just good) activity book to take along with me. I know that having fun and learning go hand-in-hand and I want to be prepared. I have been to Asia several times backpacking so I'm not going to be terribly surprised but my age (63) may seem like a draw-back until they realize that I'm not your regular granny.
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