It is hard to believe that travelling by plane was once an exclusive activity, and during the last few decades it has become commonplace. During that time there have been a lot of changes in air travel, and we will look at some significant ones in this blog.
TEFL – or teaching English as a foreign language is rapidly becoming one of the most popular career choices for people wanting to travel and teach in their favourite destinations. TEFL is one of the fastest growing education fields and has grown year on year with the opportunity of travel too hard to resist for many.
The road to becoming a TEFL teacher can be a little confusing, though. The internet is littered with numerous pieces of information which can make the whole process seem daunting. Recently, the TEFL Academy has released a free 220-page TEFL travel guide that will help ease any confusion.
Detailing valuable information on over 100 countries, the free travel guide includes information such as average TEFL salary, working conditions, weather, culture and various other useful information.
To get started, here’s an info graphic detailing the top TEFL destinations in the world! Enjoy!
Everyone wants to travel the world but not everyone loves the logistics behind travelling. Planning a holiday can be thrilling but once the destination is picked and the dates blocked, you’ve got to start looking at the hard stuff – like budgeting, choosing your airlines, maybe buying additional baggage, planning your itinerary, arranging transportation to and from the airport, researching things to do and places to eat, learning a foreign language and so on.
You may be juggling work, family, friends and life in general, when will you ever have the time to get to all of the above!? If you’re anything like me, you’ll probably feel like you need a mini holiday from your Holiday Planning after you’ve completed your Holiday To-Do list, and especially after you’ve done your Holiday Budgets.
I for one, hate counting pennies, and prefer to just have an idea of how much my entire trip would cost including airfare, accommodations (preferably with breakfast) and some activities in total instead of breaking it up according to cost per day. I am also the type of traveller who doesn’t want to spend too much time planning and researching; it is just better if it could all be taken care of by a trusted third-party.
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