Laura Smith

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Rach Gia

Writing her thesis on a fault in Mongolia (think San Andreas in California) first got Laura thinking about spending more time in Asia.  Having majored in geological engineering she is used to being cold up in the mountains looking at rocks and felt that a change to flat and warm might be necessary (at least to realize how spoiled she was and to not grow complacent about mountains). Not to worry though, working on a tall ship solidified her love of the water and Rach Gia is right on the Gulf of Thailand.  She hopes that her teaching skills learned in training and teaching others about wilderness first aid and the outdoors will somehow translate into a classroom full of verbs and tenses.

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