Schools in Spain: What to Expect When Teaching Abroad

If you've decided to teach in schools in Spain, you might not know what to expect. You'll never know until you try. But this post may help you prepare.

If you’ve decided to teach English abroad in Spain, you might be wondering what the schools in Spain are like. If you’ve never taught in a school before, you might not have a clue what to expect. If you have taught in a school before, you may be expecting something completely different. Or maybe it’s Read More…

9 Must-See Places in Ireland

With a wonderfully rich and welcoming culture, Ireland is among places across the world that will put a sparkle in your eyes. Its people are friendly and the laid-back culture, with a fascinating history, comes as a key addition to the destination. If you are thinking about visiting Ireland, you must have considered getting information Read More…

When is the Best Time to Visit Iceland?

With WOW Air offering ridiculously low airfare to Iceland, this northern little island is high on traveler radar recently. I’ve seen more and more snapchat and Instagram posts from Iceland this year than ever before, and the number of people asking for my opinion on what to do in Iceland is growing exponentially! When people Read More…

Snorkeling the Freezing Waters of Silfra, Iceland

Where can you swim between two tectonic plates? Snorkeling the freezing glacial waters of Silfra is an awesome adventure when visiting Iceland.

Iceland is a magical land of fire and ice. You can see things in Iceland that you can’t find anywhere else in the world, from glaciers and waterfalls to volcanoes and lava fields. Much of the country looks like a foreign planet. Now, with cheap flights from America and Europe or free layovers en route Read More…

The Local Village Tour of Isla Grande

Local Village Tour of Isla Grande

It’s not a secret that Colombia is still a bit third world. Though the economy is getting better after the infamous drug problems of the 1990’s, the country is still in a subpar state. In big cities like Cartagena, economic troubles are well hidden behind clean employee uniforms, high rise hotels, and pricey tourist restaurants. Read More…

Spirit Airlines: Flying on a Budget

I read a hotel review recently about how at a certain upscale hotel, you wouldn’t see backpackers. It was then I realized that budget traveling has a negative connotation. I may travel only with a backpack, but I don’t let money slow me down if there’s something I want to do! I ended up staying Read More…

13 Reasons to Visit Andalucia, Spain

If I told you right now you could have a free trip to Spain, where would you go? Madrid is the famous capital, an international city. Barcelona is an artist’s dream with Antoni Gaudi’s unique and impressive architecture. Ibiza is a bachelor’s paradise where the party never stops. Would Andalucia be on your list? Andalucia, one Read More…

How I Ended Up Adopting a Spanish Cat

How I Ended Up Adopting a Spanish Cat

If you’ve ever been on a vacation or lived abroad and dreamed about bringing your pet or taking home a stray animal you find there, this post is for you. I had no intention of adopting a Spanish cat when I moved to Spain, but a sweet little boy found me and waited at my door Read More…

7 Ways You Will Annoy or Insult Someone in Italy

Italians are a fiery race at the best of times. The people of this Mediterranean nation have several customs which are different to those of their European neighbours. It’s these sorts of social manners which can cause offence if not adhered to. Today, we’re going to run through seven ways you will annoy or insult Read More…

Cave Tours in Granada, Spain

When I first saw cave tours in Granada, I thought it was going to be a walking tour of dirt caves where people hike with lights on their heads and carry pick axes. Okay, I guess that’s not quite feasible for a daily cave tour in a big city, but it’s what first came to Read More…