Read through this blog list and discover personal experiences about what it is like to live and teach abroad. Blogs are a great way to write about your adventures abroad and stay in touch with friends and family back home. If you have a blog and would like us to add your site to our list, please contact us and we would be happy to do so!
- Don’t Call Me Gringa – 20-something life in Santiago de Chile
- Andrea Moran – Bay Area writer and traveler
Reach To Teach recognizes these China bloggers as being at the top of their game in terms of providing great China travel content, as well as useful and fun information for ESL teachers interested in teaching English in China.
Teach, Learn, Travel – Written by DeShawn Peterson – Teach Someone. Learn Something. Travel Somewhere.
- A Nighbor in China
- China Days – Stefanus Hanekom, a South African in Dongguan, China
- Diary of a Laowai in China – A foreigner’s perspective of living and working in this bewildering place called China
- Engaged Explorers – An engaged couples adventure through Shanghai
- From My Tingzijian
- Gracing Shanghai
- Goats on the Road
- Haley Happenings – Haley in Shanghai
- Julia Yeager in Shanghai – A Reach To Teach teacher in Shanghai.
- Maggie Attoe in China
- Middle Kingdom Life
- Sean and Candice’s Adventure in China
- The Chinese Chronicles
- The Culture Bum
- Adventures in Georgia
- A Sense of Adventure
- Back in the Former USSR
- Charlotte in Zion
- ESL Georgia
- Georgia On My Mind
- Guide to Georgia
- Gypsy GoLightly
- Immigrant Punk
- Mneedles’s Blog
- My Journey Westward
- Mzad Var, I’m Ready – Jennifer Gemmel in Georgia
- Nichol’s Away – My journey through new countries, cultures, and my experiences along the way.
- 37 Seconds, Well Used, is a Lifetime
- Raughley Goes to Georgia
- Sarah Becomes Georgian – A Year in Georgia
- She was on her way…
- The Georgian Chronicles
- Wander Georgia
- Wanderlust or Bust
- Wishdafishwasme’s Blog
- World Adventures
- Teach and Learn with Georgia
South Korea Blogs
Reach To Teach recognizes these South Korea bloggers as being at the top of their game in terms of providing great South Korea travel content, as well as useful and fun information for ESL teachers interested in teaching English in South Korea.
Chasing Glitter – Judith Villarreal’s blog about everything Korean.
Korealizations – Nathan Magyar’s vlog on living, teaching, and traveling in South Korea.
Tales of a Travel Addict – Teacher Lisa Vinish’s tales of running from the mundane since 1985.
- Abroad in South Korea
- Adventures at Heart
- Adventures With Holly – A girl struck by wanderlust
- Between a ROK and a Hard Place
- Breathtaking Busan – An American expat living and teaching in Busan, South Korea.
- Curious in Korea
- Chris and Jenni’s Adventure of a Lifetime – Chris and Jennifer’s exciting experiences as a hagwon teacher in South Korea
- Evan and Rachel Abroad
- E’ery Day I’m Waygookin – Follow the stories of Kyle Decker, an EPIK teacher in Daegu
- Foreign Thought
- Hermit Hideaways – A photography blog for those already in the hermit kingdom, or perhaps those on their way over to inspire and encourage others to get out there and really discover the secrets of Korea
- Jinx Adventures
- Juice The Squeeze – Kathryn Blessings blog about her life as an English Teacher living in South Korea
- Kate in Korea
- Kimchi Kronicles – Tiffany Molynue in South Korea
- Korean Tacos – A Texan in South Korea
- Margaret Tries Being…
- McHosey: Adventures of the Seoul: Caroline Hosey’s teaching adventures in Seoul, South Korea.
- Meg’s Got Seoul
- Midwest to South Korea – After a year of doing what you’re supposed to do after you graduate and working the 9-5, I’ve had enough. I’m ready to feed my curiosity and begin to see the world.
- My Life! Teaching in a Korean University – Life in the classroom…expats teaching English in Korea at a university
- Nature of a Nomad – Humans were Meant to Wander
- On My Quest
- Rebe with a Clause
- Phaidreams – Faida Inniss’s travel and teaching experiences as and EPIK teacher
- Sarah Goes To Korea – Sarah Steinmetz’s adventures in being an EPIK teacher
- Scenes From Abroad – Daniel St. Claire’s views on teaching in South Korea and Taiwan
- Seoul Patch – Follow a middle-aged American teacher, writer and soccer coach as I embark on a journey to teach English in Seoul, South Korea.
- Sketching The Map – Rachel Alford and Jonathan Wheeler write about their experiences in Changwon, South Korea.
- Teaching English Gangnam Style – I’m in South Korea, teaching English as a Second Language. This blog entails my journeys as I explore a new culture and get a handle on myself as a teacher.
- Texan in South Korea – An African American Texan living in a Korean world.
- Travel with Victoria – My Taiwan
- The Chronicles of Betsy – Life in Ulsan , South Korea
- The Midnight Adventures of Cyn
- The View From Over Here – I’m an environmental science major gone English teacher currently living in South Korea
- What’s To-Mauro? – Kristen Mauro in South Korea
- When New York Meets South Korea – A collection of my adventures and reflections on teaching, living, and learning in South Korea for the next year
- Korea Bang
Reach To Teach recognizes these Taiwan bloggers as being at the top of their game in terms of providing great Taiwan travel content, as well as useful and fun information for ESL teachers interested in teaching English in Taiwan.
My Several Worlds – A former Reach To Teach teacher, Carrie Kellenberger is now a successful freelance writer and photographer living in Asia. She is also co-owner of Reach To Teach Recruiting. Her award-winning site features information on travel destinations around the world, including Taiwan. In addition to her travel articles, Carrie also offers an excellent resource section for ESL teachers on MSW.
Internationally in Debt – Zach and Shay tackle debt in Taiwan, among other things.
- A Conscious Venture – Colleen Contestabile in Taiwan
- A Cruising Couple
- A Hungry Girl’s Guide to Taipei
- Amanda on the Loose – Footloose and fancy free in Hsinchu, Taiwan
- A Whole New World
- Blog in Taiwan – A Canadian’s Adeventures in Teaching Abroad
- Chicago Meets Asia – An American expat in Taiwan
- Chris and Lacey – Seattle to Taipei
- Courtney Cruzan in Taiwan
- Colleen Keller – Life in Taiwan
- Everything is Golden – Emily in Chiayi, Taiwan
- Formosa Footprints
- Hayden Tyrell Jared
- Home is where the heart is… Dion and Katelyn in Taiwan
- Jeff Writes Home – A blog by Jeff Woodcroft, currently teaching in Taiwan
- Jimmy’s World Tour
- Lao Ren Cha – A blog by Jenna Kwiatoski who is living and working in Taiwan
- Less Broke in Taiwan – A blog by Eliza Pennell
- Max is in Taiwan
- Metaphorical Big Top – Samantha Simile in Taiwan
- My Hot Pink Passport – A glam-packing blog by Karisa Blake
- Peripatetic Brett – in Taipei
- Sandy’s Neipu Notebook – College English teaching, fun aspects of Taiwanese culture — An American couple living in southern Taiwan
- Samantha in Formosa – Adventures in Taiwan
- Taiwan 2013 – Taiwan 2013
- Taiwan Bloggers – Roundup of English Bloggers in Taiwan
- Teacher Feature – Rob Altenburger in Taipei
- The Appetite Odyssey
- Traveling Vanilla Bean – I’m young, curious and excited. The world is just sitting there waiting for you to explore it. You should live in a way that makes you come alive, and that’s what travel does for me.
- Travels in Taiwan
- Twelve Ahead
- Uncaged Traveler – Sarah Vied in Taiwan
- Kaohsiung Living
- Taiwan Deal
Teaching and ESL Blogs
- Miss Adventure – Jessica J. Hill – Travel. Teach.Live.Learn
- Oh, no, she Madridn’t!
- Wandering Educators
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