I want to teach English overseas, preferably in the MENA region (Tunisia, etc). As a U.S. citizen, I know I must take the TESOL/TOEFL/CELTA certification first. This is usually 120+ hours with a practical demonstration to teach actual students to prove one's ability. Tunisian programs require at least one year of experience, so I will need to teach somewhere else first..
I live in the Southern California region. Realistically, what are my steps to making this a reality?
(Any good cert programs in the SoCal region? I cannot find any useful info out here.)
>>1134859 Hi dude! Sardinian here, I hope you are still following the thread. I would tell you to definitely go to Castelsardo, one of the most beautiful towns of the island. It's quite near to Alghero. Same for Bosa, even more near to it.
Also I don't know what your interests are but you can find informations about a bit of everything about Sardinia here:
Also, check out this thread where me and another couple guys responded to a Finnish dude who was asking... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm going to Sardinia for the first time a week from today. We are two couples ~30. We will be staying in Costa Corallina mest Olbia. We plan to have a lunch at S'Apposentu. I also want to go to Orgosolo. I know a tiny bit of Italian but I would LOVE to know some (north) Sardinian words and phrases! I have had a hard time finding this online.
Hallo anons, Deutschbros and anyone that has any good suggestions. I'm going to be traveling to Kiel this winter for a couple of weeks for Christmas and New Years. Any recommendations on cool stuff to do around the city and overall state of Schleswig-Holstein? Any cool city's/towns I should check out and must do's whilst in these places?
I lived in Kiel for like 4 years, to study. Here are my tips.
>Don't go to Gaarden, it's dangerous, like stabbed in daylight dangerous. >The City is really boring if it's not Kieler Woche and like the other anon said the Christmas Market in Lübeck is much better. >go on a walk in Strande, not Laboe overrated as fuck. Except you want to visit a submarine. >The Schleswig-Holsteinisches Freilichtmuseum is worth a visit imo. If you want... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1134500 The easy-goingness of Italy. You wanna chat with total strangers for a bit? No problem: it's a nice way to pass the time between two bus stops. If you did that over here, they'd just as likely throw you off the bus rather than talk to you.
I am debating going there this early November with my wife for a short vacation (4 nights). Last year we went to Prague and Krakow during January and I really enjoyed the mood/setting. Obviously Quebec City isn't Europe but I was thinking for a short trip it would be a good location. Or is it just full of your typical touristy shit?
Kayak just basically compares other sites like Expedia, Orbitz and whatever else. Then the lowest one shows on top. You can also use Google Flights, that one is pretty good but can miss out on some airlines. Vice versa for kayak.
I believe it's the biggest or one of the biggest free general admission amusement parks in the U.S. Probably way down on your list in-regards to overall enjoyment. The park does have a certain charm to it.
Also in PA we have Hersey Park which is widely known for its rides. Not sure where that would be on your list since I've only been to Disney and Universal on your list.
Hey! I'm a 18 year girl traveling to Bangkok alone at the end of June. I am super stoked and will be staying at an AirBnb. Besides eating lots of pad thai/thai tea, I don't know much about Thailand. I studied art history so I'm definitely looking forward to visiting beautiful temples, etc. Buuuuuut, overall I don't know much about it, and would really appreciate tips/advice/guides on what to do there. I'm staying for about a week. I would love to experience a little bit of everything, and great food recommendations would be much appreciated.
just remember to accept any drink any man offers you, and be sure to let them see you drink. it's a huge insult there to turn them down, and they may even slap you if you tell them no or try to avoid it, which is totally socially acceptable there.
other than that, everything there's pretty easy to figure out. almost everyone speaks english, so just chill and have fun. :)
I'm leaving tomorrow to walk across the US again. This is my third time.
Send me death threats, words of encouragement, some advice, or ask some things about me if you wish. I am doing this again only because I find the experience exhilarating and rewarding. I am very self reliant and I know quite a bit of survival skills.
>>1137626 I don't have an ultimate plan. I averaged 15-25 miles a day, some days I can go even farther. But then if I walk too much in a day I'd want to rest the next day so in between 15-25 is good for a day.
I am located in northwest illinois and I am headed to the st Louis area to visit my brother, do schwilly things together, stock up on food, Maybe he'll give me a handle of whisky for the road, and then head west. I want to go to Cheyenne to visit a close friend and then California because I like that state.
I live in Japanese near Tokyo and I have really lived in Tokyo, but think for me in the city that is not clean rather at all. In the summary site for Japan, Tokyo sees comment with a clean city well, will foreign which has visited it in Tokyo think that Tokyo is really clean? I want you to tell me because I doubt very.
By the way, I depend on an automatic translation engine because I am weak in English. It should come to want to say…
Have been working for a long time, saved up a bit of disposable money, about $4000
Have a couple of weeks leave starting at August, and thought I'd look into going somewhere to unwind. Will be solo.
Somewhere: • Warm, sunny • Decent beach to relax and read on • Good drinks, not too expensive • Options to either go and mingle with cute girls to get laid, but considering I'm average as fuck with weak game, I'll probably have to pay someone to fulfil my urges. Either way, I'll want to... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
From the UK. So last year me and the GF went to Disneyland Paris. Then terrorists attacked Paris. Disneyland closed for the first time (literally the first time since it opened 24yr ago). Kind of put a bit of a crimp on the holiday. I promised her that this year we will go to Disney, come hell or high water.
Friend of mine lives in Cali, USA. Just had a baby. We have the idea of killing two birds with one stone. See friend & baby, and go to Disneyland California (Anaheim).
Last month the majority of my country decides that cutting ties with the EU is a good... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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