The North Korean way of life is perceived negatively throughout most of the western world, but many of us are equally fascinated by it. North Korea is located north of South Korea (SHOCK); the two countries have been separated since the 1950's, and now a 150 mile long & 2 1/2 mile wide barrier runs … Continue reading #TRAVEL – SOUTH KOREA: THE DMZ
I've never read the book Eat, Pray, Love, nor have I watched the movie. But, nonetheless, I heard Ubud, Bali was an interesting place to visit for reasons other than "It's where that really good book/ film is set".
Sandwiched between Bali and Lombok; Gili Trawangan is one of three gorgeous Indonesian islands that you have to visit.
Arashiyama, Japan is breathtakingly beautiful and should not be missed by anyone travelling Japan or visiting Kyoto.
Have you ever thought about teaching English in Thailand? There a million reasons why you should. Here are 5 why you shouldn't!
Top 5 Things To Do In Hong Kong Hong Kong is one of the most famous places in the world. In February 2016, I was lucky enough to visit for a few days, and experience some of what 'Asia's World City' had to offer. Here is a list of my TOP 5 Things to do … Continue reading Top 5 Things To Do In Hong Kong
Teaching English in South Korea can be one of the best decisions you'll ever make! Here are 26 reasons why - 1 - Experience Living Abroad Living abroad has limitless benefits on both your personal life and your CV. 2 - Teaching Experience Whether you want to become a teacher in the future, or whether … Continue reading 26 Reasons to Teach English in South Korea
Teaching in Thailand vs. Japan by Rachael Hornsby Having started my TEFL adventures in Thailand, I have now spent a year teaching there, and another 6 months teaching in Japan (with a year back in the UK in between). If you might be considering either of these countries to teach English in, or are deciding … Continue reading Teaching in Thailand vs. Teaching in Japan
Disclaimer: In case the title didn't tip you off, this article is going to be a real bummer. One of the most amazing things about traveling is how much you learn along the way—about people, about culture, and about the world itself. Reading about something in a book is a far cry from seeing the … Continue reading #TRAVEL Cambodia: The Killing Fields
Ants on a Log. Fluffernutters. Classic PB&J. And who didn't make a pinecone-peanut butter bird feeder as a kid? We put it on bananas, slather it on french toast and of course eat it straight off the spoon. No matter what country I'm headed to, you can be certain I'm tossing a couple jars of … Continue reading Troubles Abroad: Life Without Peanut Butter