I've seen a lot of Angkor Guides out there that insist on providing you with an in-depth history of each temple. The thing is, you'll see and learn as you go so there's no need to have encyclopedic knowledge of the whole park before you get there. It can be a pain sifting through the … Continue reading Getting the MOST out of Angkor
3 Ways to Keep in Touch With Your Parents While Backpacking Traveling the world during our younger years is liberating, to say the least. It helps us expand our psyche and learn about our surrounding environment more thoroughly - although, it often comes at a price. We’ve previously written about how difficult it can be … Continue reading 3 Ways to Keep in Touch With Your Parents While Backpacking
Getting Your Work Visa in Korea South Korea has one of the most complex and time-consuming Visa processes of all the countries I’ve been to. The amount of paperwork involved is intense and unlike most countries, you really need to begin the process of collecting documents long before you’ve actually secured a job. Further, while … Continue reading Visa Guide: Korea
This post is the second part to - https://tefltravelling.com/2016/01/26/the-korean-hogwan/ EPIK (English Program in Korea) is a program set up to help students learn English throughout the country. EPIK has been in existence since 1995 and has been used by thousands of teachers and students. Run by the Korean government, it is operated in public schools located … Continue reading EPIK
That Time I Think I Snuck Into Cambodia When traveling through South East Asia you’ll quickly find that there is a more or less established backpacker’s route—while you and your fellow travelers may be hitting the same spots, it’s likely you’ll be going in various directions and orders. Usually this makes it fairly simple to … Continue reading That Time I Think I Snuck Into Cambodia
Alaska is rife with untamed wilderness and is the ideal location for climbers, hunters, and fisherman alike. Much of its appeal lies in the fact that there are still areas yet unexplored, offering the chance to walk where no one before you ever has. Whether you’re seeking the calm of a perpetually dark winter or … Continue reading #TRAVEL – ALASKA: Frosty Fur Rendezvous
During my 18 months in Thailand, I naturally explored most of the country, but there were still some stones I’d left unturned—so in December 2015 I decided to take a short vacation to the Thai island Koh Tao and check out somewhere I had not been before. Koh Tao is located a short ferry ride … Continue reading #TRAVEL – THAILAND: KOH WOW!
Many rookie backpackers believe they need to invest in a whole new wardrobe before leaving home, but think again. That sweat-wicking insect-repelling ultra-lightweight quick-drying performance enhancing v-neck you got for *only* 55 bucks at REI? It’s still a $55 t-shirt. Remember that wherever you go chances are millions of people spend their entire lives there—local … Continue reading Top Packing Mistakes of Rookie Travellers
Established in 2008, Airbnb has been around for a fair amount of time. However, it wasn't until mid-2015 that I first used it. It was a brilliant choice! To anyone that doesn't know what Airbnb is, it is a service that allows people to list and rent a huge range of properties all over the … Continue reading Late to the airbnb party..
Chiang Mai is a city brimming with adventure. On the outskirts of town you can ride elephants, pet tigers, or go zip lining, while in the city you can take in historical landmarks deeply sewn with Buddhist culture, sample the cuisine, or even get a Thai massage from a prison inmate (how many of your … Continue reading #TRAVEL: Thailand – The Charm of Chiang Mai!