Teach & Travel

Brazil, its people, its parties, its paixão(passion)!

Brazil its paixão(passion)! Vast is a great adjective when it comes to Brazil.  Brazil boasts a vast geography that includes the bio diverse Amazon forest, the mighty Iguacu falls, a vast population of over 200 million, and vast beaches, including the famed Impanema, and Copacabana.   Brazil’s Carnival tradition is truly vast, beginning in 1641, in the…

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South Korea, Experience the culture, and the kimchi!

Why teach English in South Korea?  Free housing, free airfare, in addition to a great salary means money in the bank.  But more than the money, the country that gave us kimchi, Gangnam Style, and K-pop, offers a cultural experience like no other. South Korea, has been a favorite destination for TESOL teachers for several…

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Vietnam, the sweet spot.

Vietnam is currently a sweet spot for TESOL teachers, and for good reasons.  Whether it is because of its relatively young population, or its emerging economic success, the tropical climate, or its French influenced cuisine, Vietnam has a broad welcome mat out for western TESOLers. Vietnam takes a more relaxed approach to what we’ve come…

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Land of the Rising Sun

Japan is a major draw card for anyone looking at teaching English overseas.   Living in the Land of the Rising Sun, is an experience par excellence for any westerner.  Known for its rich and unique culture, it is a nation both ancient and ultra modern at the same time. For the first time TESOL teacher,…

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5 Great Reasons to Teach English in China

There are many great reasons to teach English in China.  While Tony Robbins might be able to give a lot of good advice, take it from Donald Trump, in the 21st century it’s all about China, China, China!  What’s got the Don so tense?  Well, China not only has a Great Wall, but it has…

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Is your fortune in China?

Looking for a change of fortunes?  China has a long history of fortunetelling, and its people are inclined to seek a notable sooth before any major event or endeavor.   Take the Beijing Olympics for example, its no coincidence that it opened on the 8th day of the 8th month, of 2008.   Not just the domain…

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Teach English in Laos

  Here are some Job Opportunities as at 22/2/2017 Medical English Teacher Vientiane, Laos Job Description Work as the main English teacher for resident physicians studying to improve their skills. These are people who are choosing to study and therefore, are excellent students. Their starting English levels vary considerably.  Read more… Job in Laos (Capital…

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Some Like It Hot – LAOS

Coming from the Lucky Country, I can’t say I’m a fan of the cold, I taught English in South Korea, and the novelty soon wore off.    We’ve all heard about teaching English in countries like Japan, where currently the ski fields are doing a mad trade, rivers and lakes are frozen over, and everyone is…

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