All posts tagged Southeast Asia

WIN the Ultimate Dream Life Abroad in Luang Prabang, Laos

UPDATE: This contest is currently cancelled. We apologize to those who applied. If you have questions or concerns, please contact Isabel directly on the Facebook page.   I still remember […]

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On Returning to Thailand

Every time I look at a world map, I get a bit overwhelmed at the number of countries I still have yet to see. I know I’ve been fortunate to […]

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Faces of Asia

A photo captures the moments so often lost to memory. When I leave the house for anything out of the ordinary, I feel lost without my camera strapped to my […]

Teach in Thailand

From Teaching English Abroad to Teaching English at Colorado State

Last year at this time, I was celebrating my 27th birthday with these adorable Thai kids who brought me a cake and told me I was old: Those of you […]

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Teach Abroad Myth Revealed

Today’s article is written for the Reach To Teach Teach Abroad Blog Carnival, a monthly series that focuses on providing helpful tips and advice to ESL teachers and travelers around the […]

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Why I (Almost) Never Book in Advance

This article was written with inspiration from the Reach To Teach: Teach Abroad Blog Carnival, a monthly series that focuses on providing helpful tips and advice to ESL teachers around […]

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New Year, New Destinations: A World Travelers Bucket List

Every year seems to go by faster, and I think they each get a little better as they go. Many of us make new resolutions each year. Some of us […]

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9 Tips for Your First Year Teaching English in Asia

This is a guest post from Robert, an avid traveler, writer and ESL teacher with experience teaching English in Asia. I strive to only publish quality content from paying contributors, […]

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10 Ways Living Abroad Changed Me for the Better

  I don’t think it’s possible to live abroad, to completely immerse yourself in a foreign culture, and to not come back changed. If you don’t see something, do something […]

Most Inpspiring Blogger Award

Very Inspiring Blogger Award

When I first started this blog, it was to be a record of my travel stories and photos for myself, to share with my friends and family back home. As […]

Chinese Halloween teaching ESL in China

5 Things I Miss Most About Teaching English Abroad

After a year of teaching English abroad in both Thailand and China, I find myself thinking of certain people, specific moments or special students at random times throughout the day. […]

Tourism Authority of Thailand Contest: Meant to Move to Isaan

Happy Tuesday! I have a big favor to ask of you. Below is an excerpt from my entry into a contest run by the Tourism Authority of Thailand. The challenge […]

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Learning to Fish in Malaysia by Emily Luxton

It’s time for a Travel Tuesday Guest Post! Are you excited to hear from someone else? I am. Today’s story is from Emily Luxton, a London based photographer and travel […]

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The Circles of Life Begin in Mexico

It seems nothing is finished until it comes full circle. Six weeks before I moved to Thailand the first time, I joined my friends for a week-long holiday in Cabo […]

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