Best Airbnb’s For Teaching-Asia/Europe- Part 1

Hello Fellow Travelling Teachers and Digital Nomads: It occurred to me that some teachers on the road or ones that desire to go on the road may find stress in finding the perfect place to teach in a city they want to see. I have blogs on living like a local throughout a lot of … Continue reading Best Airbnb’s For Teaching-Asia/Europe- Part 1

Eating Your Way Through Penang, Malaysia:

If you have heard about Penang you have heard about it's amazing food. From the abundance of delectable food stalls, to the restaurant type food to the Western food. The food here is something you have to try. The best part is it won't break the bank! Most dishes will run you .96 cents USD- … Continue reading Eating Your Way Through Penang, Malaysia:

Picking The Perfect Airbnb-Online Teaching Addition

Intro: Hello again, after a long time of not posting I thought I would do another post. This post is coming to you 1 year 4 months of travelling while working solely as an online teacher.My husband and I have been an online teachers for almost 2 years now. With a company called Dada. For … Continue reading Picking The Perfect Airbnb-Online Teaching Addition

Living In A GoldSmith Museum

We are in Penang, Malaysia now and we are staying in a very interesting accommodation. We found it off airbnb and it is called Kim Haus which also is a GoldSmith Museum. Kim Haus,Penang, Malaysia: Kim Haus:  Lebuh Campbell, George Town, 10100 George Town, Pulau Pinang http://bit.ly/2UStPYu We paid 271.83$USD on Airbnb for a 28 … Continue reading Living In A GoldSmith Museum

Co-Working and Online Teaching

In an ideal world everywhere would have perfect wifi and accommodations would have quiet spaces for two teachers to teach at the same time. However that just isn't reality. That is why choosing cities that have Coworking is always a guarantee for strong stable wifi. While the job technically does not allow you to work … Continue reading Co-Working and Online Teaching

Your Guide To Teaching In Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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.

Your Guide To Teaching In Java:

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:

Your Guide To Teaching In Bali,Indonesia:

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:

Your Guide To Teaching In Northern Thailand

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