5 more tips to teach conversational English to young adults!
Here's another straight-forward list that for the seasoned traveller will bring a "Duh" to mind, but for the road virgins, should prove helpful (as I catch myself repeating this time and time again to friends of friends planning their first backpacking trip). 1- Passport Don't wait until the last second for this. I have absolutely... Continue Reading →
Hello war boys, may you survive your journey through Vietnam all shiny and chrome! First of all, my credentials: I drove from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh city, both under rain and sun. Second, why I am writing this: there are a lot of people doing the motorbike thing these days, and a lot of them don't... Continue Reading →
I've been teaching conversational English to young adults for a while now, and I thought I'd give a few tips, that I wish someone had given me in the past.
To be honest, I'm not the most experienced traveller, but I'm totalling one year away in 7 different countries, so here's a few tips I've collected along the way. 1- Bags Within Bags (bag inception) Divide your stuff into smaller bags. Instead of throwing everything together in your backpack, get a bunch of plastic bags... Continue Reading →