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Amazing places to visit when teaching English in Russia

There are more amazing places to visit when teaching English in Russia than you can shake a bottle of vodka at! Yep, from the ice-caked shores of Siberia’s colossal lakes to the domed tops of grand cathedrals in Moscow, this vast nation is laden with attractions and sights that will take the breath away. Use…read on

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The best islands to escape to when teaching English in Thailand

Teaching English in Thailand might not be a one-way ticket to gorgeous beachfronts and swinging hammocks by the sea. In fact, most job opportunities in the Land of Smiles are in larger cities like Bangkok or Chiang Mai. However, you can rest assured that glorious islands with shimmering shorelines are only ever a short flight…read on

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5 foods you have to try when teaching English in Poland

So, you’re thinking of teaching English in Poland? Mystical castles, UNESCO old towns, cheap beer, craggy mountains, sweeping lakes – there’s loads to look forward to. But you might have missed the joys of the Polish kitchen. Often trumped by the pizzas of Italy and the paellas of Spain, it’s a cuisine that’s not so…read on

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5 TEFL cities with skiing for the winter

Getting qualified to teach English isn’t just about searching for white-sand beaches and tropical seas, you know. There are also TEFL cities with skiing for the winter to get stuck into. They beckon the powder hounds who want somewhere to pull on the salopettes close to home. And there are plenty of options, with towns…read on

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6 places to escape the heat for English teachers in Italy

English teachers in Italy get a whole load to look forward to. From Rome’s timeless ruins to Milan’s fashion-mad quarters, the pizza joints of Naples to the priceless artworks of Florence, there’s rarely a dull moment in these parts. But the summers in Italy can get scorching, especially in the cities. That’s why it helps…read on

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An area guide for English teachers in Tokyo

Whether you’re looking for an exciting corner of town to live in or just want to get your bearings for that morning commute, this area guide for English teachers in Tokyo ranges across the fizzing, electrifying metropolis at the heart of Japan so you don’t have to. It’s got info on the historic center of…read on

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Amazing nature escapes for English teachers in Poland

Yes, teaching English in Poland promises to whisk you away to some seriously fairy-tale cities. There’s Krakow, topped by medieval castles and haunting Gothic church spires. There’s Warsaw, its reconstructed Old Town spreading out on the side of the Vistula like something out of Cinderella. There’s Wroclaw, a town laced with centuries-old merchant’s guilds and…read on

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Amazing nature escapes for English teachers in China

t’s no secret that English teachers in China’s cityscapes can feel cut-off from nature now and then. The bright lights of Shanghai, the skyscrapers of The Bund, the buzzy business strips of Guangzhou, the sleepless markets of Beijing – it’s exciting, but where do you go for that fix of the great outdoors? Cue the…read on

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7 affordable TEFL destinations

Every newly qualified teacher dreams of bagging that perfect job in an amazing place, where you can save and explore both at the same time. To make all that a little easier to secure, the list below should help. It runs through just a few of the world’s most affordable TEFL destinations, which can free…read on

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