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Making A Career Move In Your 30’s – 40’s

For many people teaching TESOL abroad is more than just a gap year, it is a move in the right direction and the beginning of a new career. I usually reflect on my experiences, but this time we are taking a look from another perspective on…

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Hearing the Sunshine

Take a look at what the Tourism Authority of Thailand have made - We all love watching this video! Who can't help falling totally in-love with this beautiful country we are fortunate to work in.

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The Thai Visa and How To Get One

There are two problems here that many people confront when traveling to a new country for an extended period of time: What is a visa and why do I need one? How do I get a visa? It seems complicated! These two problems can be easily solved…

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Teaching Abroad: Landing In Your New Country

In one of my previous entries, “Teaching Abroad: the how-to guide”, I discussed how to begin your teaching career abroad. So lets say, you've done it, you received your TESOL certification and now you're on your way to your new country. I'm going to use this space to…

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Songkran: We All Want To Be A Part Of It

Maybe you've heard of it, one of the biggest water festivals in the world, Songkran, the Thai new year celebration just came to an end. So while we're over here finishing our taxes, in Thailand they are getting hosed down by elephants in the streets!…

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How To Teach Abroad

In my past blog entries, we have discussed English camps, one of my favorite aspects about living and teaching abroad. For many people, the idea of teaching and living abroad sounds exotic and so bizarre that many people do not know how to navigate their way through the great, big world…

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Life at Camp: Korat

Korat is located in the Isaan province of Thailand and is known as the gateway to northern Thailand. You may or may not have heard, but northern Thailand and southern Thailand are almost two different worlds. In the north there are still many areas that are untouched from the exposure of…

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