Monthly archive for November 2013

A Single’s Guide To Surviving Relationship Season (Part 2)

Last week, this guide let you know which couple infested places to avoid in South Korea during relationship season. I hope you took my advice and were able to dodge the madness as the weather gets colder and the season of love kicks into high gear. This week, I’ll be sharing with you the best places to hang out with your single friends in South Korea without being subjected to sappy, overdone new couple PDA.

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Five Gems of New Zealand’s South Island

Five Gems of New Zealand's South Island

Broken up into two main islands, New Zealand boasts some of the most spectacular scenery known on earth: stunning mountains, rolling hills, endless coastlines, towering glaciers. And while you’ll want to spend years exploring the endless beauty, circumstances may dictate otherwise. Just please, whatever you do, don’t miss these five gems of New Zealand’s South Island. They truly are some of the best she has to offer.

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5 Common Annoyances Teachers Face Abroad

5 Common Annoyances Teachers Face Abroad

Teaching English abroad can reap many benefits and can be a really life changing experience for the teacher. But let’s be realistic, there are few jobs that come without its challenges and ESL teaching is no exception to this rule. Being prepared for these challenges is our first line of defense against giving up and going home.

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Interview With Daniel St. Clair, An American Teacher In South Korea

Interview With Daniel St. Clair, An American Teacher In South Korea

We are joined this month by Daniel St. Clair who made the move all the way from the United States to Korea to teach with the EPIK program. Although Daniel is new to South Korea, this is not his first teaching experience through Reach To Teach. He also taught English at one of our schools in Taipei. Today, Daniel shares some of his adventures teaching abroad in South Korea.

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A Single’s Guide to Surviving Relationship Season in South Korea (Part 1)

A Single’s Guide to Surviving Relationship Season in South Korea (Part 1)

Being single during the Christmas holidays, otherwise known as ‘relationship season’, can be difficult enough to deal with back home, but what does it feel like when you’re single and abroad?

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Challenging Cultural Stereotypes With Poise And Finesse

Challenging Cultural Stereotypes With Poise And Finesse

There is no “right” or “wrong” way to deal with cultural stereotypes or discrimination you may encounter, whether from other travelers or locals alike, but I think there are better ways to go about engaging with these people and directing your interaction with them from potentially hostile to productive and interesting.

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The Minor Detail: Encouragement and Advice for Teachers from Teachers

The Minor Detail: Encouragement and Advice for Teachers from Teachers

Travel? Yes, please. Money? You’re talking my language. Teaching oversesas? New territory. That’s okay! Here’s some encouragement and advice for teachers, from teachers.

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My Experience In Georgia

My Experience In Georgia

We hear from Tashia Shupert who tells us all about her time volunteer teaching with TLG in Georgia. She is currently teaching in South Korea and would very much like to visit Georgia once more. Here you can read about her first few days in Georgia, some of the ups and downs of her time there and her thoughts on her whole experience.

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