I just completed a 120 hour online TEFL course with LoveTEFL. From January to July, I'm going to be travelling around Eastern Europe and SEA, though I'm not sure yet which countries/cities/areas I'll be visiting.
While I'm travelling, how easy or difficult will it be for me to potentially find TEFL jobs along the way? If I'm in a country/city and stumble upon a job, I'd be happy to stay there for a while assuming I like the place. How likely is it for that to happen?
I understand that doing so wouldn't be possible in Western Europe... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I can't really advise on job hunting, but you seem to be in a good place to find work with those qualifications and experience (although some assessed classroom experience as part of your TEFL certificate would be better)
If you're from outside the EU it will be much more difficult to get work spontaneously as you'll need to deal with visas etc. and employers would more than likely prefer candidates where that isn't necessary.
I made a thread months ago about where it would be feasible to eat well and work out. You guys helped me narrow it down to Argentina.
So I want to go live there for like 6 months. Canadians get 90 days so I was wondering if it's as easy as doing visa runs to stay longer? I sort of try to avoid using up WHV's in case I fall in love with someone from that country/I get offered a ridiculously good job.
I figure I can learn there for a fraction of the cost and I was wondering if it's even realistic to find and english-speaking tutor... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
The prices in Argentina are high. Money is inflated, but the prices are somewhat like everywhere else, because: import has still the same price, and food produced in the country has to be sold at the same price it would be exported, or the producers would directly stop selling in the land.
Hi. I am german, so please forgive my English. I'm planning to visit Russia. I will start from Vilnius, then Minsk, then Kaliningrad (former Konigsberg) and go toward Vladivostok by train. My goals are: Moscow, S-Petersburg, Ekaterinburg, Novosibirsk, Krasnoyarsk, Yakutsk, Vladivostok. What are your impressions of Russia? Someone was there? I'm not racist, but i love to love some blond girls. Unfortunately, there are no blond girls in Germany anymore, or there are very few today. So i need to move somewhere. Best regards, german 1489
Hey, /trv/. I am going to Oxford next semester from Canada and was wondering where I should go on my March break. I don't want to spend a massive amount of money, but I want to go somewhere that would be fun for a short amount of time.
I've been to the obvious places in America. NYC, NOLA, Boulder, San Fran. It's a huge country, and as I continue seeing the country, I could use some help for when I'm in places like the midwest, or the north west south.
So let's have a thread for nowhere america.
I'm going on a roadtrip, and some of the states I'm having trouble planning my route through are Northern Alabama, Northern Mississippi, Arkansas, Western Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, Utah. I enjoy day hikes, but I also love a good... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
If you don't think Singapore is the best, you ain't been there >free tours to take you into the city all hours of the day >indoor gardens >outdoor gardens >butterfly garden >that's right, an indoor jungle room where you can walk around and pet butterflies >free internet kiosks and wifi >free console and LAN gaming >free... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1035588 I think it's designed beautifully and efficiently. Plus all of the staff is really nice. For the local weather the layovers are minimal. Lovely surroundings upon landing. I haven't flown intercontinentally so my experience is limited to US, Canadian, and Central American airports.
I was sitting in a hostel kitchen, eating an omelette wrapped around some olives and canned tomato, only slightly more difficult to make than a sandwich, drinking a tankard of belgian beer (the only tankard in the kitchen stock), holding my fork and knife in the formal style, fork in left hand. I got into a mild back and forth with an American, and he became convinced that I was French. It wasn't an accusation, he just couldn't identify my accent and seemed to jump to this conclusion based on my accessories. Usually people mistake me for being Russian. I'm actually... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
i made a post the other day, but it done died. im trying to move to washington, oregon, or california. today, im focusing my research on california, but i will appreciate your suggestions and insight on WA and OR towns as well. if i choose CA, i want to be within 2 hours of LA, because im an aspiring actress. i know a lot of you will say "durr if u want to act u have to go to la" but thats not necessarily the case, because i just started and its better to start out somewhere other than la from what ive heard. anyway, does anyone know about any cool towns within 2-3... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Were has /trv/ been, as a community? Here is a starter-map. It shows where I've been, List countries I need to add based on where YOU'VE been. I'll update the map every so often.
(I'm doing it at the country level because I do not want to get into "No, that fiddly little unlabeled district in Colombia is two up and one over from the one I was in..." I'll remove "trip planned" and the wish list on the first update -- this is ONLY where we've been.)
>>1039413 Im all down to do this OP but I opt that we use this map. Is it really correct to say that someone has seen the giant fucking blob of earth we call Russia just because they had a day trip to Moscow? There are so many regions so culturally different within the same country.
Post an updated pic and I'll contribute my experiences though, I just don't wanna do it by country alone.
>>1036189 Shit, sorry about that man. At least you know you're better off without her. >>1036196 OP here, I actually made this thread because I also met a girl on Erasmus, haha. We're not exactly together though, and maybe I'll never see her again because we are so far apart, but who knows what can happen. :) Good luck with your relationship! Where did you do Erasmus btw?
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