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Best Places to Teach Overseas

Traveling has been a really huge fad especially among millennials – especially since the boom of social media. However, traveling to other countries is not as easy as it seems, but there is a way to do so while having a career. One easy means is to teach overseas, through which you can earn an income while traveling around the world. Reasons to Teach Abroad Other than being a source of income, funding and for fulfilling travel desires, teaching abroad can be rewarding in many different ways. Below are 4 major points as to why you should definitely consider taking it on as a...

In search of Russia’s lost gold

It was our third night on the Trans-Siberian Express in mid-July, and we had grown accustomed to the heat. The prehistoric cars contained neither air conditioning nor showers. My husband Dennis, who doesn’t speak any Russian, was left to play with his new fancy video camera, but I was more fortunate ‒ I could listen to conversations. As I stood in the narrow hallway of the train, waiting my turn to use the bathroom, the two middle-aged Russian guys in front of me in the queue were having a heated debate about the infamous treasure train that rattled along these very tracks a century...

Best Places For A Getaway In October

The fall is just around the corner but the will for travelling never goes away. Almost all the places in the world has a special season when it’s best for the tourists to visit them. As we are in late summer season yet getting ready for the cold winter days, we would like to give you a brief highlight through the best places for a perfect getaway in October. 1. Istanbul, Turkey The spectacular weather, the city somewhat less crowded than usual, lower rates and Heaven for the senses is the perfect brief description for Istanbul in October. Plus good wine and the incomparable Turkish...

A tiny town with a big penchant for flight

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The perfect pasta dish Sardinians refuse to share

Malloreddus is not a malady. It just sounds like one. This I learned when I was perusing the menu of Arco Café, located on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Soon enough, the affable Daniel Fiori, co-owner of the Sardinian restaurant, was sitting at my table explaining to me just what malloreddus is. “It’s our national dish,” he said, if by ‘national’ he means Sardinia, and if that Italian island were an autonomous nation. It’s our national dish This dumpling-like pasta is ubiquitous in Sardinia, Fiori told me. “We make it with a...

The cheeky gnomes taking over Wrocław

Wrocław is Poland at its most charming and, for many, its least pronounceable (it’s ‘vrohtz-wahv’). Situated sublimely on the banks of the Odra river, the ‘Polish Venice’ boasts 130 bridges connecting 12 islands, one of Europe’s most breath-taking market squares, and a parade of pastel-coloured Renaissance mansions flanked by gas streetlamps that are still lit by hand each night. But hidden beneath the city’s Gothic spires and Baroque palaces, there’s a tiny world waiting to be discovered: a legion of little people, each no more than a foot...

The amazing student trip to Spain: what are the main tips to make it perfect?

You don’t really travel to Spain; you experience Spain. Among all trips for students abroad, Spain is definitely a country you don’t want to miss. Here’s the thing about the whole Iberian Peninsula thing: it was part of the Roman Empire, was controlled by Moors (Muslims) at one point, and is also definitely a part of modern Europe. All of this cultural heritage you will find in Spain – the sights, the sounds, the smells, the tastes, and more. Add to that the fact that temperatures are pretty great (summers can be a bit hot), and you can actually go there any time of the year. So how...

Living in the world’s most adventurous countries

Whether it’s tasting the world’s most exotic foods or trekking the most dangerous roads, adventure takes a different form for every person. But regularly stepping outside your comfort zone is easier in some places than others.  Adventure takes a different form for every person U.S. News & World Report recently ranked the best countries for adventure, based on each country’s score across five attributes: ‘fun’, ‘friendliness’, ‘climate’, ‘scenery’, and ‘sexy’ – a term that the report characterised...

Visiting the Big Apple? These are the top four things you must do

Booked your vacation in the Big Apple? It’s a smart choice. New York is, after all, one of the top five most popular tourist destinations in the world. But, with so much to do, it can be hard to know where to start. You’ll need to plan your trip in advance and make a list of priorities that you don’t want to miss. That way, you’ll make the most of your visit. So, what goes on the priority list? Here are four to consider… Relax in Central Park New York is a busy city. From the bright lights and big crowds of Times Square through to the constant gridlock on the roads, you can’t...

Why Norway is teaching travellers to travel

We reached Trolltunga after seven hours, 13.5km and 1,000m of elevation gain. The fog rolled in as a line of 35 people waited to take their picture on the iconic cliff. Translating to ‘Troll’s Tongue’, Trolltunga juts out of a steep mountainside 700m above Lake Ringedalsvatnet near Odda in south-eastern Norway. Formed 10,000 years ago during the Ice Age when a glacier frozen to the mountain broke off, it has in recent years become one of Norway’s most famous geological sites – and one of its most controversial. Deciding we’d wait until the next morning to...

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