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Seafood for Travellers – From Panama to Japan

If you are a fan of food, there are certain countries that you have to visit. For example, no self-respecting foodie can label themselves a foodie without tasting the food on offer in France. Italy and Spain are two other countries you have to experience if you are a food lover. If you are a […]

By |Januar 13th, 2016|Asia, Central America, Europe|0 Comments

Getting a TEFL Job Overseas – it’s not education, it’s globocation!

As a follow up from an earlier globocation post concerning that minefield of choice students face when they graduate, I thought I’d write another piece, specifically about teaching English as a foreign language (TEFL) and why it’s such a cool thing to do when you’re abroad.

By |März 12th, 2015|Travel Tips|3 Comments

A Guide to Skiing in Japan – Niseko Land of the Falling Snow

Every now and then there is a ski resort that creeps up on us. Comes from out of nowhere, to become one of the major players in the skiing world. In recent years, that resort has been Japan. Enticing people from countries as diverse as Australia, the United Kingdom, Thailand and the good ol’ USA. […]

By |Oktober 24th, 2013|Contributed|0 Comments

Top Five Countries for Teaching English Abroad

Teaching abroad is a great way to see the world, save some money and do something meaningful all at the same time. Below are the top five locations for teaching English. Each location offers a different benefit package, with some paying for your flights and accommodations.

1. Thailand
Thailand is a great place to teach English. Jobs […]

By |Mai 23rd, 2013|Contributed, Random, South East Asia|0 Comments

Where to Find the Best Sushi in Osaka (Guest Post)

Where to Find the Best Sushi in Osaka

credit: Raelene G

Osaka offers a huge choice of dining options, but if you’re after the perfect sushi the selection can be a bit overwhelming. Steer clear of the conveyor belt style kaiten restaurants if you hate ‘fast-food’ style sushi, although it can often be surprisingly good. Osaka was […]

By |Dezember 11th, 2012|Contributed, Random|0 Comments

An Ode to Shibuya Tokyo – Katsucurrytime Soundtrack & Video Feast

A couple of friends I know recently went to the neon wonderland that is Shibuya in the heart of Tokyo. The soundtrack has been compiled by an emerging electronica artist Katsucurrytime…

By |September 16th, 2011|Random|1 Comment