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Ted Campbell Bio

Contributing Editor for TransitionsAbroad.com

Ted Campbell's Articles and Travel Narratives for TransitionsAbroad.com
Guide to teaching English abroad Guide to Teaching English as a Second Language Abroad
Living in Mexico What You Need to Know to Live in Mexico — Insider Tips
Living in Mexico 10 Tips for Adjusting to Life in Mexico
How to work legally in Mexico How to Work Legally in Mexico — Guide to Obtaining a Visa
Expat life in Mexico Survival of the Fittest for an Expat in Mexico
ESL Teaching as a Freelancer ESL Teaching in Mexico as a Freelancer
Authentic food in Mexico The Ultimate Guide to Authentic Eating in Mexico
Markets in Mexico How to Make the Most of Markets in Mexico: Strange Fruit and Cheap Lunches
Mexico exotic fruits Exploring the Exotic Fresh Fruit of Mexico
Mexico language Crossing the Language Barrier in Mexico
Cheap travel in Latin America
Guide to Latin American music An Introduction to Latin American Music
Manage money in Latin America How to Manage Your Money Safely on the Road in Latin America
Solo Traveler Tips 10 Tips From a Seasoned Solo Traveler: How to Make the Best of Your Travels Abroad
Pack and travel light How to Pack Light for Independent Travel Abroad: Tips and Checklists
Review of Breakfast for Alligators An Interview with Award-Winning Travel Writer Darrin DuFord
 Narrative Travel Stories
Semana Santa Mexico Lunch Under the Volcano
Bolivian Jungle Bugs and Boars in the Bolivian Jungle
Semana Santa Mexico Witness a Crucifixion: Semana Santa in Mexico
An altar to San Simon in Guatemala A Drinking, Smoking, Womanizing Saint

Ted Campbell

Ted Campbell is a freelance writer, Spanish-English translator, and university teacher in Mexico. He was born in Michigan but grew up in Toronto and other places in the Midwest, and he has since traveled to more than 40 countries and lived in four.

He has shaken hands with Bob Dylan, worked as a chef in Yellowstone, taught kindergarten in Korea, toured in a rock band in Western Canada, gone broke in Paris, eaten raw jellyfish in China, cycled from Toluca to Acapulco in Mexico, slept on the beach in Brazil, and honeymooned in Moscow.

Ted is a frequent contributor to Transitions Abroad, and he has written two guidebooks about Mexico, one for Cancun and the Mayan Riviera and another for San Cristobal de las Casas and Palenque in Chiapas, both available at Amazon.com. You can find more of his stories of adventure, culture, music, food, and mountain biking on his blog No Hay Bronca.

Cancun and the Mayan Riviera

Cancun and the Mayan Riviera


 
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