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How to Live in South Korea- Living in Korea as a Foreigner- Moving to Asia and Teaching English

South Korea has become a popular spot for millennials seeking adventure in far away lands- moving to Asia and teaching English is now very common. Finding an English teaching job in Korea can be very lucrative, and requires little in the way of credentials or experience. The pay is decent and the cost of living is VERY low. How low? So low. Your employer will typically pay you in the range of 2.1-2.5 million won a month, and will cover such expenses as airfare to and from Korea, as well as  ...

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Country #1.5 Bolivia, How to Live in 10 Countries

How to Live in Bolivia – How to Live on a Dime and See the World

How did I come to live in La Paz, one of the world’s highest cities? Read on to explore how I made this dream a reality, and how easily you could do the same! Of course, finances are crucial in an international move, so we will also be tackling: how much does it cost to move to La Paz (Bolivia)? How can I live in Bolivia? Provided that you’re a lover of travel willing to sacrifice  a few home comforts in exchange for the dream of living abroad, surprisingly easily. Your dollar  ...

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Wanderlust and Short Term Travel

6 Rare Passport Stamps You’ve Never Seen Before

These days a passport stamp in many countries is a frivolity- they’ll have you line up in a queue with the OAPs if you insist on collecting one, while your fellow passengers stream past with their electronic visas and robotic ticket barriers. Here’s my guide to the truly rare passport stamps of the world that are indeed worth the wait. But, my friends, a passport stamp is also a beautiful memorial and a badge of honour. Here are my picks for those you really must grab before you  ...

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Get Paid to Travel the World, Work and Travel the Globe

4 Essential Things to Pack For Work Abroad (Digital Nomad)

The internet is awash with lists of packing essentials and travel hacks for backpackers looking to spend 3 months in a pair of sandals and sleeping in a hammock, but there’s a dearth of information for those looking to truly live abroad long term. Welcome to the essential things to pack for work abroad. When I made the decision to live in a buzzing European capital I knew I wouldn’t be willing to live in a hostel and wash my socks in a sink for the next year- yet I still packed as if I  ...

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