At the time we reached Kuala Lumpur we had been teaching and traveling for a little over six months now. We had been moving every week or so and we were burnt out. So we are happy to have our first long stay in Kuala Lumpur. USA Visa holders can travel Malaysia visa free for … Continue reading Your Guide To Teaching In Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
We leave Yogyakarta early!Another stay up all night deal because of teaching. Another AirAsia flight in the books. This one costing 90$USD for two people. Not bad. First thing we do is load up a sim card. We got the 100GB data plan from Singtel. The cost 13$USD. What a steal next we head to … Continue reading Your Guide To Teaching In Singapore
Yogyakarta, Indonesia: We left Ubud Bali and boarded what we thought was an 11 hour bus ferry and bus ride to Yogyakarta. We heard many locals tell us nope you will not arrive until the morning. We booked with 12go the Gunung Harta Bali bus company. We arrived an hour before noon. We ended up … Continue reading Your Guide To Teaching In Java:
We left the wondrous Chiang Rai for the tourist island of Bali. I have always thought Bali would be a stunning place. That being said I did not know how toursity it would be until I arrived. Our AirAsia flight left at 9am. We arrived into Kuala Lumpur at 1pm and laid over until 06:00 … Continue reading Your Guide To Teaching In Bali,Indonesia:
We leave from Vientiane Laos via Asia Airlines. Our flight left at 2:30 pm finally not an early morning flight. Our flight took an hour to get to Bangkok. There we had about 3 hour layover. At 7:30pm we left to get to Chiang Mai,Thailand. At 8:30pm we finally arrive. The cost was about 273$ … Continue reading Your Guide To Teaching In Northern Thailand
We boarded our Vietnam Airlines flight to the capital of Laos Vientiane early on New Years Day. We stood out in Hanoi almost all night so being at the airport at 5am for a 8am flight was not easy. The flight was very fast a little over an hour, but the cost was about 300$USD … Continue reading Your Guide To Teaching In Vientiane, Laos
So we head off to another country after about a month in Cambodia. We set off on another land crossing with the only bus company I trust Giant Ibis. https://bit.ly/2OwTGPi This time we are setting off for Vietnam. If you plan to make a land crossing make sure you get your Evisa in advance. You … Continue reading Your Guide To Teaching In Vietnam