Author archive for Advice

  • Teaching English in Colombia

    Colombia is an amazing country foreign workers can choose if they are interested in a different culture. It is also a country that allows their workers to work there with only basic teaching experience, a fresh degree and a TESOL certificate.

    Read more
  • Travelling to California

    LA is the most popular city in California for visitors and the second most-populous in the United States. The mix of industrialised city life and the quiet beaches can really draw people in to experience both aspects of life. This can really bring balance to an otherwise busy place, but then again, LA is known for being quite relaxed and Zenlike.

    Read more
  • Teaching English in France

    France has proven in recent years to be a perfect example of a country where many foreign workers choose to travel and teach English. There are many reasons which include attractions, architecture/history and of course the food and drink. Annually, France sees roughly 90 million visitors a year who travel for various reasons according to the Ministry for European and Foreign affairs.

    Read more
  • Teaching English in Japan

    Japan is a prime example of the perfect country to teach English in for many reasons. Despite being on the other side of the world compared to the UK, the country itself is a beautiful place that offers different activities for those who visit and work there to help them feel more welcome.

    Read more
  • Teaching English in Spain

    Spain is one of the most popular countries that people go to when they are looking to teach English abroad. Not only is it close to the UK but it also offers workers the experience to work in a country that has amazing weather most of the year. It is ranked the number one country that people choose to work abroad.

    Read more
  • Teaching English in South Korea

    Jobs abroad teaching English as a foreign language have become highly sought after due to how flexible and rewarding they are for the worker. Working abroad not only gives you the freedom to gain your own independence of living by yourself but it also allows you to explore a culture that may be entirely different from your own.

    Read more
  • Staycations UK

    There are adventures to be had in areas all over the UK. A ‘staycation’ can provide an escape without the need for security checks, the stress of weighing cases and an early morning. A UK holiday boom has taken place since the pandemic, with many realising the beautiful places there are to discover.

    Read more
  • Man snowboarding down mountain

    Everything you need to know about winter travel this season

    It was great news for many resorts across the world this year as they were given the green-light to open for the first time since the pandemic started. This was great news as many businesses could begin to financially recover after a difficult year previously, as well as many people being able to travel and enjoy everything the winter season has to offer again!

    Read more
  • Rainbow over the water

    Travel round up: USA to open borders, changes to the traffic light system and more

    There’s been a lot going on in the world of travel recently. Some good, and some bad. However, it’s mostly been great news as restrictions continue to relax around the world. Keep reading to get up to date with the latest news.

    Read more
  • Advice for parents going abroad with their families

    Travelling with your children can be a daunting experience for parents, especially inexperienced ones. Not only are you responsible for your own safety, but also the safety of others and the risk presented to them. That being said, travelling as a family can be an incredible way to create unique bonds and share in new experiences that you wouldn’t normally be able to do at home.

    Read more