Travel Tips

Two hundred dollars by flickr user suratlozowick

Having the opportunity to travel around the world is something many dream of doing.  Well, I’m here to tell you that dream can become a reality!  Being able to take such a trip has little to do with how much money you earn.  What it really boils down to is how passionate you are about […]


South Korea is a popular destination to teach English due to the competitive salaries and incentives like free accommodation and free round-trip airfare. Should you decide to teach in South Korea, a visit to Gyeongbokgung Palace in Seoul will likely be one of the stops on your itinerary. Gyeongbokgung is the largest of the five […]

Choosing Taipei as your teaching destination will allow you ample time to explore the Shilin Night Market, which is the largest market in the city and one of the largest in Asia. The market is home to food vendors and small restaurants, but you can expect to find a whole lot more than just food!

Uros wearing traditional bright clothes at Lake Titicaca, Peru

If you find yourself teaching in Peru, you may want to consider making a trip to Lake Titicaca which sits on the border between Peru and Bolivia. Lake Titicaca is the largest lake in South America and the largest navigable body of water in the world. You can also visit the floating villages and see […]

Salta landscape in Argentina

Argentina is a hot spot for ESL teachers looking to work in South America, and while many flock to the charming European inspired capital, there is a vast diversity of places to explore. As a travel tip, if you find yourself teaching in the country, here are a few places worth considering for your travels. […]


If you find yourself teaching in Chile, a side trip to the Atacama Desert located in the northern end of the country is an absolute must. Many have compared the landscape to that of Mars, plus you can say you have visited the driest place in the world!