world travel

Teach ESL Abroad to Travel Like a Pro

ITA - Photo Logo 300 x 250Among the many reasons why teaching ESL abroad rocks is travel. Being in the country you teach in is travel in and of itself. Take for example South Korea, which is where I am.


E-book review: Travel the world on 50 dollars a day, by Nomadic Matt

$19.97. You’re probably wondering how much this e-book costs, so I’ll come out and get the big mystery out of the way. If you’re of the opinion that information should be free, check the price tag on that college diploma filed away somewhere (you have HOW MUCH in student loans?), or on any paper book. Considering the book offers to save you a potential of $1,000 by doing stuff you’re already planning on doing, it doesn’t take much to save the cost of the book and then some.


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