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There are PLENTY of travel and live abroad opportunities for Americans. The one issue? It's not wildly known or spoken about. I'm about to change that...
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This is the ultimate guide to help get you prepared for teaching English abroad.
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Wondering how people can afford to travel and live abroad? Here's how I do it and how I've been doing it for over five years!
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Years after a Super Typhoon: What Traveling Leyte and Samar are Like Now (Philippines)

The Philippines is magical. I’ve sung the high praises of the Philippines ever since I first visited a few years ago. I’ve even said it’s secretly my favorite Southeast Asian country, but it’s just so hard to pick a favorite. That being said, that beauty…
What happened after Super Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda? A few years later, here's what traveling Leyte and Samar, Philippines are like.
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WHERE IN THE WORLD IS NINA,YOU MEAN THE RECENT TYPOON NINA?
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A Pre-flight Experience from Hell and a Lesson to Be Learned

I remember it like it was yesterday. I booked my one-way flight to South Africa because I was moving out there to be with my boyfriend at the time! What?! Moving to South Africa?! Never did I think that was in the cards for me… but it happened! Three…
I remember it like it was yesterday. I booked my one-way flight to South Africa because I was moving out there to be with my boyfriend at the time! What?! Moving to South Africa?! Never did I think that was in the cards for me… but it happened! Three months of just living life like …
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5 Fun Things to Do in Haridwar And Rishikesh

Photo by Devanath, CC0 1.0 India is the land of a thousand Gods and Hinduism is one of the oldest known religions of the world with its origin in this very country. With actually much more than a thousand Gods, the country is spread across with numerous…
Photo by Devanath, CC0 1.0 India is the land of a thousand Gods and Hinduism is one of the oldest known religions of the world with its origin in this very country. With actually much more than a thousand Gods, the country is spread across with numerous temples and shrines that are well known across …
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If you have been reading about anything I have posted in the last few months, you would know that I work online. I work mostly as a freelancer now, but I am an online teacher as well. I started teaching in Thailand three years ago. When looking for a new job one day, I stumbled upon a job opening …
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I've been looking for something to do between now (start of Chinese New Year) and moving to Vietnam in February. I don't know why I didn't think of this (actually, the TEFL training...but anyway). Thanks! I taught in Shanghai, but I didn't need the TEFL certificate because I was teaching Science. 
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Here are some ways you can exchange your time for the necessities by volunteer exchanges. Another way to travel for practically free!
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Where to Stay in Krabi, Thailand for Any Budget

I love love LOVE Krabi. I lived in Krabi for over year and had visited numerous times before. I’ve traveled the area quite a bit which means I know where to stay in Krabi, Thailand. I’ve compiled a list of all the places I think are a good choice to stay…
Where to stay in Krabi? I have you covered right here. I lived and traveled this region quite a bit so here are my top picks for where to stay in Krabi!
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A Long Layover in Cologne, Germany - One Day For Less than 10€

Well, it’s been nearly two years since I’ve visited home, so I guess it’s finally time! And what better time than the holidays? But we’re talking about me here and I literally can’t go anywhere direct. There’s got be a stop off. I went from Australia to…
Who said long layover suck? You can hop off the plane and squeeze an adventure in! Here's a long layover in Cologne, Germany - one day for less than 10€
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9 Flight Hacks That Don't Involve Airline Miles

  Riddle me this… what’s worse than overpaying for a flight? Getting slapped with MORE fees during the booking the process and even worse, when you show up for your flight! We see it more and more these days. More budget airlines are popping up which is…
If you don't want to master the mess that is flight miles (like me), these 9 flight hacks that DON'T involve airline miles should be really helpful!
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6 Things I Learned Traveling as an Expat in the Philippines

The following is a guest post from Pierre De Braux First arriving in the Philippines is like a warm hug on a winter’s day. I came here at the end of 2015, and I remember it like it was yesterday. Of course, I’ve done my research like reading articles…
The following is a guest post from Pierre De Braux First arriving in the Philippines is like a warm hug on a winter’s day. I came here at the end of 2015, and I remember it like it was yesterday. Of course, I’ve done my research like reading articles about its famous travel destinations and its …
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Expat Nomad @ Where in the World is Nina.com
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Traveling, living and working abroad since 2011.
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22 countries checked off but not without surviving.....food poising, death defying modes of transport, getting stranded multiple times, language barriers, and more all while having the time of my life! Read about it: http://whereintheworldisnina.com
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