I hate the saying “the grass is always greener on the other side” because it’s annoyingly accurate. Living in Thailand, there were days that I missed a million things about the comfort and stability of life at home in the U.S.. Conversely, while living in America, I have constant ants-in-my-pants to see new places and try new things. I’ve been back in the States from teaching English in Thailand for a few months and I have a lot of feelings about my return. Continue reading
The Caribbean coast is praised for its striking natural beauty, turquoise ocean and surprising biodiversity. Many people don’t think of Colombia when they think of the Caribbean, but if you are traveling to Colombia, you simply have to see it! But where to head first? Let me give you some inspiration – these are the seven absolute best places to see on the Colombian coast: Continue reading
Annemarie is a passionate traveler and storyteller, capturing her adventures on her blog and social media channels to inspire others to head out into the big wide world to find and chase their passions. We caught up with her to ask for her advice for others looking to do the same. Here’s what she had to say:
When I tell people I had been on the road all by myself, exploring six countries on three continents for one year and three days, people are usually very much in awe. It’s true, traveling for a long period of time requires perseverance, a certain level of bravery and a skill set that includes budget management, flexibility and adaptation. Continue reading
Angie Remsen caught the travel bug at age 39 and left the U.S. for a job in Kuwait. After seeing what the world had to offer, she went to Thailand to teach English and eat her way through Southeast Asia. She is currently back in Florida where her latest adventure is navigating the U.S. job market so she can fund her future travels. Here’s her advice to those looking to follow her footsteps and teach English in Thailand.
I took a major gamble in 2012 when I applied for a transfer to Kuwait with the company I worked for at the time. I knew I was taking a chance because I had not lived outside of my home state of Florida. So here I was going 8,000 miles away. When I do things, I usually don’t do them halfway. Continue reading
We know many of you are avid volunteers, doing everything from helping out with local community efforts to globe trotting for various causes, and we’re so excited to introduce two new volunteer programs in Thailand! We’ve had lots of interest from hopeful volunteers, and we listened. Now we can provide an exciting experience for those of you wishing to donate your time to teaching English in Thailand.