The prettiest towns to visit when teaching English in Mexico
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So, you’re teaching English in Mexico? Great choice. Sloshing Caribbean waves and roaring Pacific surf give way to high volcanos and dusty agave cacti fields in this wondrous nation. And between the lot are some seriously stunning towns and cities, some of which you simply can’t miss:
Guanajuato really is a rabbit warren of a city. There’s a maze of dried-up riverbeds that havecontinue reading →
Random Thoughts – NBA & College Basketball
To be up front, I am an old guy who prefers the game of basketball played as it was when he was growing up versus the game of today. Here are some of my random observations:
- James Harden’s game is awful to watch! I don’t dispute his offensive talent, but to watch him dribble between his legs for 15 seconds and then shoot a step back (with multiple steps…I would love to hear a NBA’s refs analysis as to why they aren’t trave
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About Osama Elfeky
Osama Elfeky (Sam Elfeky) is the only child for a father who was diplomat (Dr Mohamed Zaky Elfeky) Sam was born in Srilanka as part of his father life Sam Elfeky traveled to plenty of countries and have seen different cultures in young age Sam Elfeky is fond of traveling and business adventures Sam own plenty of companies in the us including multi states companies as well he owns several companies in Europe in the hotel business Sam Elfeky is big investor in real estate allcontinue reading →
About David Siclari
Born August 4th, 1968 and raised in Belleville, New Jersey along with an older brother Vinny and older sister Paula. I was a very shy boy who loved to stay close to home and very rarely slept out over friend’s houses etc. After losing my mom to cancer at the young age of seven, life changed for me. I took a leadership role in the household, helping my dad with everything from shopping, cleaning, cooking and even laundry. Aside from work and school, my dad and I spent most ofcontinue reading →
Teaching English in China
Teaching English in China – Five Cool Things to See
China; the name itself invokes visions of a far off land full of ancient wonders, rich culture and spiritual mysticism. It has an extensive written history with written records dating back about 4,000 years and is considered one of the four great ancient civilizations of the world.
While China is a popular tourist destination, there is an even better way to excontinue reading →
Teaching English in Thailand
Teaching English in Thailand – The Four Best Things
Thailand has long been an extremely popular travel destination for a while now attracting millions of tourists every year to check out it’s various popular attractions like beautiful waterfalls in Chiang Mai, buzzing night markets in Bangkok and bumping party Islands in the south.
Thailand has also recently become a very popular expat destinationcontinue reading →
TEFL Jobs Abroad
The 5 Best destinations for TEFL Jobs Abroad
There are all kinds of unique and interesting careers to be found, but there’s none that can quite match the adventure and excitement of that of a TEFL teacher. TEFL teachers travel abroad to all kinds of wild and interesting countries teaching English to both children and adults.
The decision to become a TEFL teacher may be easy for some but even after deciding it’s the rightcontinue reading →
English Teaching Jobs
English Teaching Jobs – 4 Things you Learn Teaching English Abroad
English teaching jobs abroad are exciting. One minute you’re newly graduated from college in the midst of completing your TEFL course, and the next you’re in a new and exotic country jumping off waterfalls, riding scooters, and eating scorpions.
Most people who spend time at an English teaching job in a foreign country consider it a time of intecontinue reading →
Teaching English Overseas
Teaching English Overseas – The Five Stages
Teaching English overseas is an exciting career full of adventure and new experiences. It is however not for the faint of heart. A career in teaching overseas is a bigger commitment than most jobs. To embark on this adventure, one must leave their entire life behind to begin a new one in a strange new land full of cultures and customs often completely different from the ocontinue reading →