This was my third visit to New York, and my first time being there on such a tight budget. The first time I went, I had just turned 19 and visited for around a week with my two friends (click here to read). The next time I visited, I stayed for just over two weeks … More New York City, NY
Whether you’re a first time visitor to the Big Apple or travel to or from there frequently, one of the most important questions to find the answer to is which of the four airports that serve the city to use. LaGuardia, JFK, Newark and Stewart are all in varying directions from the island of Manhattan … More The Pros and Cons of all Four NYC Airports
Hi everyone, welcome back! Today I decided to go a little more in depth with my actual day to day life teaching. Of course I can’t bring you into my classroom with my kids for the sake of their privacy, but I tried to give as much of an insight as possible. I sort of … More A Day in the Life of a Brand New English Teacher in Korea
Full travel post coming soon. For a review on where to stay in Washington, D.C. see my recent post here.
In the summer of 2016 I spent around three weeks in Italy. Combining my experience of that trip with other times I’ve visited Italy and considering the amount of time and money people will have to take a trip, I’ve cut my itinerary down to two weeks. In this post I’ll outline costs of food, … More 2 Weeks in Italy – Costs, Itinerary and Getting Around
This is part one of two posts I’ll be publishing on this topic, with the first installment being a vlog and personal review of the airline experience and the second being more in-keeping with my traditional airline reviews – that you can read by clicking here – that will go live next week. This … More Dublin to New York with Norwegian Air
As part of my ten day vacation in the United States before heading to Korea for my new job – find out more here – I spent two nights in Washington D.C. Having never visited or stayed in the city, I was surprised to see just how much much the cheapest hotel options cost. Thankfully, … More The River Inn (Washington, DC)
If you haven’t seen my last few posts you might not know that this weekend I stayed for a brief overnight in Dublin, Ireland before I headed to the United States to visit with family. I’ve never stayed in Dublin city center before, only in nearby Swords and Malahide, so this was my first experience … More Four Courts Hostel (Dublin, Ireland)
It’s happening! This week I’m leaving home for my two week trip to the East Coast of America and then on to my move to South Korea. Be sure to subscribe to keep up with my travels over the next year by clicking here.
This video is all about the application process for Teaching English as a Foreign Language in Korea and the visa process that comes after you are offered and accept a job. Although I’m from the UK, the process is the same across the board for those who live in or are citizens of countries where … More How to Apply to Teach English in South Korea