Guest Post: Travelling Cheaply in Europe

Europe is not renowned for its affordability, but this diverse continent contains so much to see – such a great variety of climates, cultures, moods and foods within only a few hours of each other. It seems a shame to overlook it, and there are ways to see Europe without bankrupting yourself. From playing off your InterRail pass against cheap car hire – letting you go where you want without paying over the odds for it – to avoiding the tourist traps in favour... Read More

Guest Post: Teaching Jobs Abroad – What Are My Options?

Greg Rogan is the founder of TeacherPort, a free resource to help teachers and new graduates to find suitable teaching jobs abroad. Greg previously worked in international teacher recruitment and created TeacherPort to make the job search a more pleasant and rewarding experience for those interested in teaching abroad. Teaching overseas has becoming a popular career choice not only for qualified teachers interested in gaining international experience, but also for new university... Read More

Guest Post: What Can You Do With a 48 Hour Weekend to Kill in Hong Kong?

Will you be spending a weekend in Hong Kong? Will it be simply for the pleasure of seeing it for the first time, or will it be due to a layover as you continue to your final destination? Whatever the reason, don’t squander those precious hours doing nothing. Get out there and experience Hong Kong. Take in the sights and the culture. You’ll be so glad you did. Lantau Island You can take a day trip to Lantau Island where you will find extraordinary beauty and you may... Read More

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