Can I work as an English teacher abroad, without a degree or anything? I think I can speak English pretty well, not my native language though, but I have been speaking English since I was very young. Also I usually got high grades at high school.I am also still pretty young (19). So does anyone have experience with teaching English without experience or a degree whatsoever or do you really need a degree? What countries would be good options? What kind of things will increase my chances? Also can you link some sites where I can apply or that have good information.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
In Vietnam i met alot of people teaching amd amongst them, non-native speakers aswell, amd when I asked around, the general vibe was that it doesen't matter, as long as you're fluent in it. I met a german who has been there for a few years already, and his english wasn't even that good. This was autumn 2015.
Bump out of interest. Are you leaving from NYC? How long do you expect to take?
I am planning a similar trip with friends from Houston to the Grand Canyon to Sacramento to Yellowstone and then to Denver and back to Houston. I might leave between Denver and Yellowstone to go up north. I posted this in another thread and it is still in early planning mode.
Going to Krakow for a few days with a buddy while I'm in Europe this summer. We chose the city solely because it fitted our schedules. I didn't know anything about the place - just figured that you can't go wrong with European cities. Didn't even know that's where Auschwitz is... so I guess I'm going to Auschwitz.
Anyway, would appreciate tips from you guys for Krakow. Specifically:
Not interested in renting a car - what's the best way to visit Auschwitz from... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
1. Expect to spend a lot of money. On everything. 2. Expect a lot of rude, white Americans. 3. Expect overcrowded beaches. 4. Expect "natives" to treat you like shit if you're not buying something from them.
So I'm visiting San Francisco on Tuesday, I land in the morning and leave the followingTuesday at night.
I've never been to SF and want to get the most out of my trip. I've already got two days put aside to visiting Redwood Forest and Santa Cruz(a friend is taking me so I don't have to worry about transportation).
But what else should I see in San Francisco, obviously I'm willing to do some of the major touristy stuff because you have to see some of those things. But I really want to see some underrated or overlooked things, hidden gems... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
fisherman's wharf is dumb. alcatraz is the shit, get your tickets now. marin headland batteries north of the golden gate are awesome if you're into history or the military. bring a flashlight to do some creeping.
where are you going to see the redwoods? big basin s.p. has the best old growth, but henry cowell s.p. has a train that runs through the forest to the beach.
if you can rustle up the wheel for it (or are willing to slog through yarts) yosemite is worth the drive.
>>1114410 VII. district is where its at, if you are into that thing, partying with fellow foreigners, drunk Britbong slags and so on look for so-called ruin pubs, that's a local thing tourists seem to be fond of Castle, Parlament building, the Grand Marketplace and public baths are nice architecture too, if you are into Jugendstíl/art nouveau check out maybe a free walking tour, there are thematic ones as well
>>1114084 Yeah, my sister lives in London so I'm going to visit her for a couple days. I've been to london a few other times so I'm only going to see her, then go somewhere during the week because she works, then back to london the following saturday or sunday. At least that's the plan.
>>1114083 Do you mean breweries (of beer) or distilleries (of whiskey)?
If you mean the former, the Guinness place in Dublin is friendly to all-ages, although it is very much a tourist attraction - albeit one that is interesting and informative.
The one distillery I've been to in Ireland is at Bushmills, in the north. I'd strongly recommend it, actually (not least as the Giant's Causeway is just down the road, and the landscape round about is stunning, although the town of Bushmills itself sucks... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1113985 Crime rate is ludicrous everywhere; you just need to be have common sense. Chances are you entry port would be Johannesburg, South Africa. There are a couple of places there you could see or at least pick up some essentials before you head to the other places.
I'll vouch for Namibia; it's one of my favorite places.
Someone sell Australia too me. My friend invited me on a trip to Aus for "about a month". I can get the time off work and I have money, but is it worth it? Australia just seems like a cultureless wasteland with lots of spiders.
Ausfag here. What are you into? If you're into camping and swimming in rivers and waterfalls, then Australia is great. I haven't heard of any visitor here not loving it. There's also a shit load of pubs/bars and shit. I guess you'd have to specify what kind of holiday you want for a more specific answer
>>1113815 Ha, well, honestly no, not much culture here. Unless you want to check out the indigenous population and such. But then again, that's just me, a different aussie might disagree wholeheartedly.
>24 years old and live in England >Have 20k in savings >Applied and got accepted into engineering degree programs starting September >Have traveled and stayed in America for 3 months in the past with friends >Ultimately wish to move to US/CA permanently
While I'm at school I will be getting zero funding from family and will be amassing huge amounts of debt. My goal is to move to the US and it seems like... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1112248 Is this masters level work you want to do in the US? Maybe wait...get your degree done in your country, work/intern a year...make more savings...then come on over on your own funds. Engineering degree debt isn't a stupid idea, could have little risk, but it's not the only path. Want to do computer engineering and focus on security? Might get some college to pay your way for that one, being a non-asian and higher chances of not being declined some security clearance.
>>1111446 Already got my tickets though. I was thinking about going to Paris too or Antwerp. They got some good shows going on around there.Brian Sanaji, Rebekah. DMZ and Gothtrad are plaing in Amsterdam though the same day as those.... decisions decisions...
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