Jobs Abroad: My Life as a Yoga Teacher in Goa, India

29 December 2016

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Jobs Abroad: My Life as a Yoga Teacher in Goa, India

24-year-old Martha, from Limerick in Ireland, has been making a living abroad since she was 20. She’s worked as a massage therapist on cruise ships that sailed all around Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands, has backpacked in Thailand and India, and is currently working as a yoga teacher in Agonda, South Goa. After attending her morning ‘wake up’ classes on the beach, I decided to interview Martha on how she ended up in this beautiful part of the world…

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Awesome Opportunity for Anyone Wanting to Teach in Thailand 2016: Only $600 USD Training & Guaranteed Job

15 December 2015

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Awesome Opportunity for Anyone Wanting to Teach in Thailand 2016: Only $600 USD Training & Guaranteed Job

We’ve got some exciting news for those who dream of living and teaching in Thailand. A major recruiter of TEFL teachers, MediaKids Academy, have contacted us to let us know that they are hiring 50 teachers for the May 2016 school term and they are willing to pay a huge chunk of your 120-hour TEFL course! So what's the catch?

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Can You Make a Lifetime of Long-Term Travel Work? Tips for Working Abroad…

5 November 2015

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Can You Make a Lifetime of Long-Term Travel Work? Tips for Working Abroad…

Many people believe the long term travel lifestyle is somewhat of a fairytale story that only a select few people can obtain. Our brand new South East Asia Backpacker Ambassador, Nina Ragusa is here to tell you... That this myth is just not true! From becoming a tour guide or a dive instructor to selling all your worldly goods and signing up for the Peace Corps, Nina gives us some fantastic tips on how to achieve a long-term travel lifestyle AND sheds light on the reality behind the dream...

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Opportunities of Teaching English Abroad with Global TESOL

2 February 2015

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Opportunities of Teaching English Abroad with Global TESOL

As well as the very popular form of teaching English in schools, universities, language schools and colleges – did you know that there are many, many more unusual ways that you can use your TESOL certificate? From working in 5 Star Resorts to hospitals or on cruise ships... Check out some of these awesome ideas of jobs that are now in demand!

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Two Sisters Start Café to Help Students in Siem Reap, Cambodia: Meet Sisters Srey!

12 September 2014

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Two Sisters Start Café to Help Students in Siem Reap, Cambodia: Meet Sisters Srey!

Originally from Australia, the sister-duo (aged 25 and 22), opened their fabulously popular Sister Srey Café on the riverside, near the Old Market of Siem Reap, Cambodia, in 2012. The cosy two-floor venue quickly turned into one of the most popular hang-outs in town. Best of all, though is the vision that sparked off their savvy venture – to support young Cambodian students. Is it possible to eat for a better cause? We were lucky enough to catch up with Lauren, who willingly spilled the beans (pun intended!) on how it began...

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10 Things I’ve Learned While Living Abroad in Isaan, Thailand

25 February 2014

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10 Things I’ve Learned While Living Abroad in Isaan, Thailand

Living and traveling abroad can be an experience of a lifetime, and the experiences to be had can teach you much more about reality than you’d ever learn in a classroom. From traveling solo to learning to live alone, one of our Ambassadors, Eliza, shares 10 things she’s learned from spending the past two years living and teaching in Thailand.

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Have Job… Will Travel! 5 Stories of People Who Work Abroad Doing What They Love

15 March 2012

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Have Job… Will Travel! 5 Stories of People Who Work Abroad Doing What They Love

Sat at work dreaming about travel? Reading blogs and travel websites and living vicariously through the adventures that you read? Usually such musing can be written off as mere fantasies and easily whisked away by grumbles about money and making ends meet. But wait, there's good news! Travel and work don’t have to be mutually exclusive. Countless people, from a diverse range of professions are figuring out ways to make travel and work compatible. So how do they do it? Is it as good as you imagine? Does it really pay the bills? Travel writer, Marisa Charles caught up with a few of these working travellers to see what it’s really like...

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The Grand Survey: Teaching English & More in South East Asia

8 February 2012

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The Grand Survey: Teaching English & More in South East Asia

Are you currently teaching and living in South East Asia? If so, we want to hear from you! We are looking for people to interview for a brand new resource that we are creating about teaching across the region. We want to find out about your day-to-day work, your lifestyle, challenges and perks of the job! Do you have a story to tell that can inspire others to embark upon the adventure of a lifetime?

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Backpacker Video Diaries: A Traditional Good Luck Ceremony in Laos

29 November 2010

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Backpacker Video Diaries: A Traditional Good Luck Ceremony in Laos

After teaching English to local children in a small village outside Luang Prabang in Northern Laos, Courtney, Kaberly, Danielle and Jacqui are asked to take part in a traditional Laotion ceremony. They are thanked for helping the students and blessed with good luck for their onward travels. A 'Baci Ceremony' only occurs once a year and the girls were overwhelmed and honoured to be a part of such an incredible cultural experience. Watch the video of their special travel moment here!

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Backpacker Video Diaries: Teaching English in Luang Prabang, Laos

15 November 2010

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Backpacker Video Diaries: Teaching English in Luang Prabang, Laos

Four girls backpacking in Southeast Asia visit a small village where they teach English to a group of local children. Flash cards, enthusiastic students, dancing and even a chicken in the class! Watch Courtney, Kaberly, Jacqui and Danielle at work in the classroom on their first few days. Take a look around the village of 'Baan Phov Mok' and see the children take Danielle across a river and to a nearby waterfall for an adventurous field trip!

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