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5 International Jobs for English Speakers (that aren’t teaching)

Five ways to find international jobs for English speakers, outside the scope of English teaching (and as a native speaker, you’re already at a huge advantage you probably didn’t know about).

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The Ultimate Local’s Guide to Granada

From free tapas to a visit to the Alhambra, getting lost in the Albaicin and finding the perfect view: the best things to see, do and experience in this detailed local’s guide to Granada.

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5 Reasons to Make 2016 the Year of Slow Travel

Forget taking quick trips or drawn out tours with stops in every capital city. 2016 is the year of slow travel – and here’s why you need to jump on the trend. Slow travel is the perfect euphemism for my laziness.

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5 signs that you're a floater

5 Signs You’re a ‘Floater’

Do you have friends from all different places? Are you always on the go? Then you, my friend, might just be a ‘floater’.

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How 24 Hours in Istanbul Rid Me of my Travel Fears

How an unexpected 24 hours in Istanbul, in the midst of the city’s infamous riots, rid me of my fears as a solo female traveller.

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How to Make your Travel Blog Stand Out

There’s one simple trick which will make your travel blog stand out from the rest.

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5 Ways to Stay Motivated as a New Travel Blogger

Tips and advice on how to keep the motivation when you’re a new travel blogger. Staying motivated as a new travel blogger is no easy task, especially when you feel like you’re talking to a brick wall.

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A Visit to the Czech Bone Church, Kutna Hora

A very creepy day trip from Prague to the famous bone church in Kutna Hora, the Czech Republic. Extended Euro-trips often feel like cathedral-fests; skipping from one church to another, the same, stained-glass windows, ornate paintings and eery coolness.

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international jobs for english speakers
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5 International Jobs for English Speakers (that aren’t teaching)

Five ways to find international jobs for English speakers, outside [...]

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February 4, 2016 0

Why you need to visit Budapest in Winter

Brush-stroked grey skies and soft patches of snow, the Hungarian [...]