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Traveling In A Developing Country

Traveling In A Developing Country

Our blogger Anna Jen is back once again with some more insight into her travel experiences. This time she talks to you wonderful readers about her time travelling in developing countries; the ups, the downs and the best ways to get involved.

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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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Your Answer to the ‘Why Travel’ Question

Your Answer to the 'Why Travel' Question

I hate this job. I need to get out of this town. I wish life was more exciting. This is where it starts for most of us. The idea. The dream. The decision. It’s one of the most familiar questions for vagabonds worldwide: why travel? Believe it or not, there are both unhealthy as well as life-changing answers.

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Blending In While Living Abroad

Blending In While Living Abroad

Have you ever walked into a public bathroom, only to realize that you’re in the wrong one? That man at the sink is looking at you like you have three heads (or that you’re definitely missing a required part to be in this particular room). You are immediately embarrassed, and suddenly, you’ve forgotten how words work. The best you can do is back out slowly and hope that he doesn’t tell his friends (whom you’ve never met anyway, but still would rather them not find out). Well, living abroad in a very foreign country can feel a bit like that sometimes.

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Recognizing Culture Shock

Recognizing Culture Shock

So let me paint the picture for you, you are moving to a different country in search of work, education or just new experiences altogether. You are so excited to go you could wet your pants. You arrive and for a while everything is just dandy, but then you start to feel sad, things that were once a novelty to you are now a thing of annoyance and you just feel like giving it all up. Welcome my friend, to culture shock.

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Turning Teaching Abroad into a Career

Turning Teaching Abroad into a Career

Teaching abroad is an amazing opportunity, one that is filled with discovery, adventure, and an all round feel of accomplishment. Many people dedicate a year or two to teaching abroad and then they go home or move on. But what happens to teachers that want to make a career out of teaching abroad?

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Writer Jamie Philips Talks About Roots and Wings During Her Two-Year Adventure Around the World

Writer Jamie Philips Talks About Roots and Wings During Her Two-Year Adventure Around the World

Jamie Phillips is a perpetual Canadian nomad who has been living abroad and traveling for nearly two years. Jamie writes about her recent adventure to visit Singapore, her birth country, with her mother.

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