Only three weeks before our new BCF class of 2013 fly into Paro and begin their new adventure in Bhutan! Please welcome, Leland Crawford, who will be teaching English at Trashiyangtse LSS, in Trashiyangtse.
Leland has travelled, lived, and taught in many places in the world.
The current list is: Places he lived: China – 2.5 years, Saudi Arabia – 2 year, Ghana – 1 Year, Ecuador – 9 Months, and all over the USA (coasts mostly).
Places he visited: Australia, Austria, Canada, Chile, England, Ethiopia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Morocco, New Zealand, The Philippines, Rapa Nui, Republic of Cote d’Ivoire, Russia, Scotland, Spain, Switzerland, Togo, Turkey, Ukraine.
Needless to say travel and teaching is a big part of his life. He is an archaeologist by training, and hopes to someday get his PhD in Maritime Archaeology. He is also an avid diver, though he realises that he will be doing little scuba in 2013.
Leland loves music and loves to be outdoors. He hopes to learn the ukulele while in Bhutan and drink a truckload of yak butter tea.