Author Archives: Kim Zimmer

About Kim Zimmer

I am a technology integration specialist at Vail Mountain School in Vail, Colorado. My passions include training teachers in the use of technology, teaching technology to students, listening and playing music and travel.

Peru – Summer 2014

I was having trouble logging into this blog but finally broke the code! I also realized that I never posted pictures from my time last summer traveling in Peru traveling which concluded with volunteering for Villa La Paz Foundation at the Hogar de … Continue reading

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Chicago > Colorado > Peru

What a whirlwind few months these have been…and the fun isn’t going to stop anytime soon! On Friday, I’ll be moving to Frisco, Colorado to start a new job and a adventure. And, in the spirit of my blog title, … Continue reading

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The Waiting Game

I am back in Esaase for my last week of volunteering at Esaase Christian School and Orphanage after an extended weekend getaway exploring the northern region of Ghana. Prior to leaving for the north early last Thursday morning, I spent … Continue reading

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Tuesday at the cafe…

So, I just posted on Sunday but I have to take advantage of my last 15 minutes of hi-speed internet time and write something.  I came into Kumasi this afternoon to Skype with some tech people from the northern burbs … Continue reading

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The post that got away and…Ducks in Kumasi

In keeping my promise to post more about my daily life at the school, here is the post that got away, from Friday plus, a bit about my day with the Ducks! On Thursday at ECSO I taught 4th grade, … Continue reading

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Ghanazuma’s Revenge

Howdy folks! Let me start by saying that I wrote a pretty thorough post last night while in bed and remembered to transfer my photos over to my flash drive but forgot to copy over the text of my post. … Continue reading

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Cruising Along…

After I wrote my last post, I ate lunch with Rahman at a hotel cafe and returned to the tro-tro station. Rahman can be a big help in negotiating taxi prices, speaking the Twi language when people don’t understand my … Continue reading

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