The idea is to share your commute to work with your network. I live about 800 meters from the back gate of the school. Almost every morning I walk the 12 – 15 minutes to school with my wife (PE teacher), my son (grade 1) and my daughter (Discovery/Pre-Kindergarten). Sometimes my other daughter doesn’t want to be left out and she joins us for part of the walk!
At first I thought this was just going to be for fun, but as I was thinking about it and then actually taking the photos it made me realize how use of images was really making me stop and take notice of things that I might otherwise take for granted. The act of trying to capture the essence of my ‘commute’ really made me think long and hard about what was important and what I wanted to share. I could definitely see creating a similar project for students. What a great way to bring students together from around the world!
I live on the third floor of a 20 story apartment block. If you know where to look, you can actually see my apartment in this photo!
There are plenty of places to stop and smell the flowers if you are looking for them.
Besides apartment blocks, there are some nice villas on the housing estate.
There are even some nice tree-lined sidewalks.
The choice of monuments around the place is… interesting.
Although it is a ‘modern internationl city‘, there is still plenty of old Hanoi to be seen.
The back gate of the school.
The Elementary School courtyard. This is usually teeming with kids running around and wreaking havoc!
One of the initiatives that has started at UNIS is a community garden. This one is right in the middle of the ES courtyard so that all the students can watch it grow and flourish.
The library (2nd floor) and canteen.
Finally. My door. Anything look familiar?
Yep. That’s me!
It’s a simple commute and one I usually take for granted. Not this morning though!