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Friendliest TESOL Cities

Teachers choose their TESOL destination for its pay, weather, nice beaches, and good food, but how does a city’s friendliness weigh into a teacher’s decision and how do you measure it? To answer this question we look into an article by Travel + Escape that ranks the friendliest cities according to safety, cleanliness, and cost […]

The Mighty Iguazu Falls

The Iguazu Falls marks the border between Argentina, Brazil, and Paraguay. The main fall, known as the Devil’s Throat, is 82 meters high and 150 meters wide. Its immense beauty is magnified by approximately 200 smaller waterfalls that surround the u-shaped chasm and the abundant sub-tropical vegetation that remains protected as a UNESCO World Heritage […]

Dolphin Watching at Phi Phi Islands, Thailand

Thailand is a tropical paradise with beautiful beaches, clear waters, magical rainforests, and exotic animals. Many TESOL teachers go to Southern Thailand for a great weekend adventure. When booking an eco-tour, make sure that instructors and travel agencies abide by the rules that care for the animals and their environment. Here are some questions to […]

Golden Ring TESOL Russia

The Golden Ring is home to Russia’s oldest and most precious monuments. This ring of ancient towns has played a very important role in the creation of the Russian Orthodox Church, and preserves the memory of the most significant events in Russian history. The original Golden Ring cities are Sergiyev Posad, Pereslavl-Zalesskiy, Rostov Velikiy, Yaroslavl, […]

TESOL Tourism: Cappadocia, Turkey

If you are teaching English in Turkey, you must take a weekend trip to Cappadocia! This place is a historical, archaeological, and natural wonder. Cappadocia is held very high in the hearts of Christians because it played a very significant role in protecting and expanding the religion. The Christians that had escaped from the Roman […]

TESOL Tourism Chengdu

The Chinese people voted Chengdu as the nation’s second most liveable city in 2006. The traditional wooden architecture and tree-wrapped streets are being rapidly given up for glassy skylines, new apartment complexes and flashing-neon-malls. Amidst its slipshod attitude and glimpses of ‘old’ Chengdu, it’s hard to believe that this is China’s fifth-most populous city. Beyond […]

TESOL Tortuguero Limon, Costa Rica

Costa Rica is a small country with a very diverse climate. When the raining season arrives to San Jose and the Pacific, TESOL teachers can visit Limon and enjoy sunny weather on the Caribbean Sea. As with the rest of Costa Rica, Limon enjoys a vast natural reserve. The Tortuguero is a beautiful national park […]

TESOL Florence

Experience Dolce Vita at its best! Beautiful weather, amazing architecture, and world-class museums attract tourists from all over the world. The historical center of Florence is Piazza Della Signoria, where you will find gorgeous and well-maintained structures such as Palazzo Vecchio (old city hall), Tribunale Della Mercanzia (The old Tribunal of Merchandise), and Michelangelo’s statue […]

TESOL Cologne

Founded by the Romans in 38 BC, the city on the Rhine River has acquired a special status for its classic architecture, history and entertainment. Presently being the fourth-largest city in Germany, Cologne has become the cultural centre of the region during the reconstruction of the post-World War II era. Cologne City Hall, Cologne Cathedral, […]

TESOL Victoria Peak, Hong Kong

Victoria Peak is Hong Kong’s most popular tourist attraction. Its stunning landscapes, malls, and restaurants offer a fun-filled cultural experience of Hong Kong. The Peak Tram tours around the entire region, overlooking all the majestic architectural wonders and natural beauties. It is one of the oldest and most famous tram systems in the world and […]