Top 5 Reasons to Visit Vang Vieng, Laos

Vang Vieng is essentially the ultimate tourist trap in Laos.  Expats and backpackers are lured by the infamous idea of floating down a river in a tube, bringing only a bottle of whiskey as their companion to accompany them until they reach the first bar along the Mekong River.  Read More

How to See Bangkok on a Budget

Some major cities are impossible to tackle when on a tight budget.  Between the cost of transportation, accommodation and, most importantly, food, you might find yourself having to cut certain ventures short due to a lack of funding. I am here to tell you that Bangkok, Thailand is not like most major cities. You can experience Bangkok on a budget – and this is how to do it. Read More

4 Things to Do in Kraków, Poland

Thailand, Hawaii, Spain: what do these countries have in common?  Beaches.  Yes, beaches.  These areas appeal to those young, bikini ridden travelers who want nothing more than to have a drink while hanging on the beach as well as experience countries and cultures through local nightlife.  While there is nothing wrong with enjoying the sand sifting through your toes and having a little fun, traveling can be a much more rewarding experience if you diminish your tunnel vision mindset and explore those areas of the world that are less visited: one of these places being Kraków, Poland.

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5 Tips to Teach Abroad

I didn’t wade in; no one held my hand and there definitely weren’t any flotation devices nearby. Deciding to teach abroad was similar to the idea that you learn how to swim by simply jumping into the deep end and hoping you don’t drown.

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