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After Dark In Taipei: Nightclubs, Bars, and Eateries

After Dark In Taipei: Nightclubs, Bars, and Eateries

Alright, you naughty little expats. I know you’ve been waiting for this article forever. Forget the sights, culture, and shopping scenes. What you want to know is where to party. Well, if you’re traveling the world in search of the perfect partying country, you made the right choice to stop in Taiwan.

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Make the Most of a Weekend in Japan

Make the Most of a Weekend in Japan

Recently, I used a long weekend in Korea to travel to Japan, a destination also easy to access from China and Taiwan. With cheap flights readily available (Peach Airlines is probably the most popular), a few days is well worth the trip. Here are a few pointers on capitalizing on the opportunity.

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Islands of Taiwan

Islands of Taiwan

Taiwan is a small, beautiful island to the South East of China and offers a huge choice of things to see and do. Even though it is an island it also possesses several of its own off-shore islands that are certainly worth a visit.

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7 Travel Hacks Every Guy Should Know

7 Travel Hacks Every Guy Should Know

After scouring famous travel blogs, harassing world travelers, and searching through my own inventory of memories, I now have a condensed list of the more essential travel hacks that every traveling dude should know. Keep these in mind before hopping on the next plane.

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Hiking the Walls in Seoul

Hiking the Walls in Seoul

Commissioned in 1395, the wall is rumored to have seen its first iteration complete in only three months, employing nearly 200,000 people to construct 97 600-foot sections. Additional defense of the city would be provided by Bukhansan Fortress to the north and Namhansanseong Fortress to the south.

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10 Travel Hacks for Female Travelers

10 Travel Hacks for Female Travelers

The easiest way to make a new friend on the road is to share a travel hack. Offered tips, tricks, and tidbits of advice are the quickest way to a traveling girl’s heart because it proves that you’re a like-minded woman with wanderlust.

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What you Should Consider for Teaching in a Hagwon

What you Should Consider for Teaching in a Hagwon

South Korea is a fantastic place to start for new English teachers because the country is very welcoming to foreigners, its location in Asia makes it a great launching pad for additional travel, and the pay and benefits are quite generous. That said, many of us first-time teachers will end up at one of the ubiquitous private academies called “hagwons”. While these offer great opportunities, there are a few things you may want to consider before consigning yourself to a year in one of these schools.

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Teaching Abroad Improves your Travel Experience

Teaching Abroad Improves your Travel Experience

It had been about 10 months since I’d arrived in Daegu, South Korea and I hadn’t left the country since. It’s funny how over time you can change without even knowing it. I went to Japan expecting to have a pretty great vacation (because come on, it’s Japan), but I wasn’t really planning on coming back with a whole list of new lessons learned.

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