Travel Tips

Ok, so you love your job, holidaying might actually be part of your job (if you are lucky) but you need to take a break once in a while. Its’ really easy to get caught up in your daily work, even if you love every minute of it. Sometimes you should shut down and relax […]

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When you move to a new home, especially to a completely new and unfamiliar area, settling in can be tough. But these days you can choose from a huge range of apps to make the entire moving experience easier than ever. Here are some of the best that you should download to your smartphone today […]

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So you are planning a motorcycle trip! A long trip by motorcycle is a great way to get to know a country in-depth. You are in charge of the schedule and the route, and you have the ultimate freedom to go wherever the road leads. However, before you set out on the road, there is some preliminary […]

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Sunrises Are Best in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is known for its bright lights, swanky casinos, and what-happens-in-Vegas-stays-in-Vegas attitude, but this destination also has a few surprises up it’s sleeve. Today we’re going to be looking at some fun, cool facts that you may not know about Sin City. Flickr Creative Commons License 2.0 – Thomas Hawk 1. Vegas is the […]

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Teaching English abroad is a fun way to see the world and experience living life like the locals. For those who don’t have much cash, it’s one of the best ways to live and work in another country and get to see the world. But with that said, don’t expect to make much money from […]

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Bangkok Grand Palace Since 1782

Thailand is a truly memorizing country, offering a combination of culture, adventure, wildlife and relaxation. There are a few tips to consider though before you go, so you’re not faced with any surprises as their culture and style of living is somewhat different to ours. Flickr Creative Commons drflint Cover up when visiting the temples, […]

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Teaching ESL - Flickr CC cal-america

Teaching a new class can be intimidating as thousands of thoughts will go through your mind when you are preparing for teaching an ESL class on the first day. One of the most important things you will want to achieve is to stay in control of your ESL class. You will have many more days […]

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Sumatra - Indonesia - Samosir Island - Flickr CC marcveraart

If you find yourself teaching English somewhere in Asia, you’ve likely considered the possibility of backpacking across South East Asia at the end of your one year teaching contract. SE Asia is one of the most popular destinations for young backpackers, and what better way to unwind after a year of hard work than by […]

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