Always On the Way: Travel Stories of a Semi-Young Black Woman’s Life Overseas While Trying to Maintain Her Sanity, recounts the trials and triumphs of a youngish Texan living, working, and traveling in the far east. In 2014, Stacy Thomas decided to fulfill one of her childhood dreams by moving to South Korea. In this book, she related the challenges she encountered while teaching English as a Second Language to Korean school children in grades one-six, during which she felt a kind of rage that was similar to that of the Incredible Hulk on a daily basis. After the completion of her one-year teaching contract, she decided to travel to Japan, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Taiwan, Australia, and New Zealand for three months as a belated 30th birthday gift to herself. Come along with Stacy as she shares the many priceless experiences that she was fortunate and unfortunate to come across during her journey through nine different countries.
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Stacy Thomas is a professional voice actor based out of Dallas, Texas with an eternal passion for travel and food. She earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees at the University of North Texas in Speech-Language Pathology. Stacy worked as a speech-language pathologist for two years in King City, California before she moved to South Korea in 2014 to teach English for a year. Always On The Way is her first book.