Travel Links

If you’re looking for a bit more reading material about traveling and/or teaching English abroad, check out the following…

WHERE I’VE SLEPT:

Couchsurfing

India: Dylan Cafe & Guest House

Cambodia: Tropical Breeze Guest House

Mexico: Hostel Tequila Backpackers

 

INFORMATIVE SITES:

Bootsnall

ESL Expat

Expat Women

GoAbroad

GoNomad

GoOverseas

Help Go Abroad

Teacher Port

Transitions Abroad 

Vagabondish

Wandering Educators

 

TRAVEL BLOGS:

20 Years Hence

Adam Robert Young

Adventures Around Asia 

Adventurous Kate

Around the World with Isabel

Artist Explores the World

Ashley Abroad

Bella Vita

Captain’s Log Travels

Career Gap Year

Cherishing the Cherry Blossoms

Communication is Difficult

Expat Edna

Fly, Icarus, Fly

Gap Year Extreme

Grassroots Nomad

Infinite Satori

Jen Reviews 

Journey to Design

Mapping Megan

Nick Galluzzo: Travel the World 

Nomad Notions

Nomadic Matt

RTW Gap Year

Sarah Somewhere

Secret Traveller

So Many Places

Scarlet Jones Travels

The Ambitious Bee

The Travels of BBQ Boy & Spanky

The Travel Republic

Third Eye Mom

Travelling With Me

Wanderlove 

Wanderlust and Lipstick

Ways of Wanderers

Wild About Travel

Voyaging Vanessa

yTravel Blog

 

4 Comments

  1. First of all I would like to say wonderful blog! I had a quick question that I’d like to ask if you don’t mind.
    I was interested to find out how you center yourself and clear your mind
    prior to writing. I have had a tough time clearing my thoughts in getting
    my thoughts out. I do take pleasure in writing however
    it just seems like the first 10 to 15 minutes are generally lost just trying to figure out how
    to begin. Any suggestions or tips? Thanks!

    • jessicajhill says:

      I find myself getting more and more distracted by the internet these days, so I find that if I turn all of that off, or go somewhere without wifi, I can start writing and go at it for hours! Maybe choose which topic is the priority for the day and then focus on that one. Make a mind map (it really does help clear your head) and get down everything that’s swirling through your brain about the article. Hope this helps a little. Good luck!

  2. Sarah Brown says:

    Hey! I am a teacher and am looking to travel somewhere over my Christmas break this year – just after Christmas through New Year’s.

    Do you know of any opportunities or places to look?

    Thank you!
    Sarah

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