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
After 56 days of beaches,ferries, busses,trains and airplanes. The expected and unexpected. Big city dreams on a backpacker budget. From beaching out, watching sunrises and sunsets, to partying the night away. Thailand you have been a pretty wild experience. Not for the faint of heart. Now we set out to do our first overland crossing … Continue reading Your Guide To Teaching In Cambodia
We arrive in Bangkok Don Mueang Airport at 09:40 am. A short hour and change flight from Phuket. Tired from having to be up at 4am to get to the airport, but ready to explore. One thing I have not talked about was visas and immigration. I make sure to always have a flight, bus, … Continue reading Your Guide To Teaching In Bangkok,Thailand
After being on Koh Samui island for 34 days we were ready to pack up for a longer haul trip. I recommend staying in places for a month then moving. It was already getting stressful to pack up every week just moving around the island. However here we go. We used 12go and began our … Continue reading Your Guide To Teaching On The Island of Phuket, Thailand
Ray and I had been teaching English online to children in China for 6 months before we took off on our one way ticket adventure. Months before I googled top beaches in the world, which was where I found out about the island of Koh Samui. So we did it we booked our first one … Continue reading Your Guide To Teaching On The Island Of Koh Samui, Thailand.
A little over a year ago I was finishing my degree at Portland Community College in Early Childhood Education and Family Studies. Before this I was a chef for nine years in California and New York City. While obtaining my degree, I was already working as a preschool teacher. I loved teaching the children and … Continue reading Getting Started
My name is Vanessa. My life partner and I Raymond, have been traveling the world and teaching English online for the past 6 months. We have seen 7 countries and 22 cities all while teaching online. If you are an online teacher or digital nomad my guides can help you to figure out where to … Continue reading The Journey Begins