I’m currently based in Seoul, South Korea, teaching English through the EPIK program and getting reimmersed in making art while continuing to keep up my relatively new hobby of rock climbing.

I graduated from the University of South Florida with a BA in Language Education and a BA in Spanish. I had a job teaching Spanish at an affluent high school in the U.S. for two years and then decided to cross the Atlantic for the first time to teach English in Spain for a year.

Behind the Desk

I spent my first year in Spain teaching in a state run language school for teens and adults and elementary school in Cuellar, Segovia, Spain, an hour or so from Madrid. After living  the small town experience I requested  placement in Andalucia.

navidad 2011 Cuéllar 008

Me with my colleagues at the Escuela Oficial de Idiomas in Cuellar, Spain



CIEP La Villa in Cuella, Spain


My Second year my contract sent me to teach at CIEP El Algarobillo in Valencina de la Concepcion. it’s true, “Sevilla has a special color”.

IMG_0008CIEP El Agarrobillo wants quality public schools..

In September 2012 I met up with a friend, Megan and MAD. We packed  our suitcases  and  with her huge dog into a rental car and made our way down to Sevilla.

I traveled Peru, Ecuador and Colombia during May and June of 2013 then I returned home again for a quick visit. Always on the move, I flew to Los Angeles, California to visit friends and family and road tripped up to Canada, ending the summer flying back to Sevilla to begin my third year in Spain.

Saksaywaman, Peru

Saksaywaman, Peru


With my third and final, allowable, year as an Auxiliar in Spain over, I had to return to the USA. I went  up to Wisconsin and Illinois to visit friends and took  a road trip stopping in, Florida, Georgia,  Alabama,  Tennessee and finally home again. Then on August 17th 2014 I boarded  a flight to South Korea to teach English in the EPIK Program, which brings you back to the top.

living in Spain


11 thoughts on “About”

  1. Great Blog! What camera are you using? I am really enjoying the pictures.

  2. Brenda Medina said:

    Kenny! I finally got a chance to read your blog and I love it! Me encantan las fotos. Seguire leyendo cuando tenga tiempo.

  3. roamingtheworld said:

    You’re studied in the Bay too? Are you from there?
    I’m born and raised in the Bay!

  4. I think your blog is great, so I’ve tagged you for the Leibster blogging award. Please take part if you want to and share the love. Here are the rules –http://ebostick1212.wordpress.com/2013/03/28/leibster-award/

  5. Lovely blog with great pics! Nice pic of your colleagues in Spain too.

  6. Gil, contact me when you have time. We are from Atlanta, GA but living in Cebu City, PH. On AtlasQuest we are Eli and Aubrey. We were very much into letterboxing for years and we are planning to get it started in PH. Saw your box in Siquijor. Will message you on AQ too.

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