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Country #7 Italy, Get Paid to Travel the World, Work and Travel the Globe

How to Get to San Marino- Plus the Rimini San Marino Bus Timetable

It’s tiny, it’s interesting, it is one of the smallest nations on the planet- but it’s a mystery how to get to San Marino from Rimini! This petite country landlocked within Italy’s borders is stunning and formed around 3 gorgeous fortress cities in the Apennine mountains, you won’t want to miss it. I know your first question is probably: where is San Marino? The answer is: a nation in central Italy, east of Florence. The San Marino capital is handily also named  ...

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Country #3 Spain, Work and Travel the Globe

How to Make Money While Traveling the World

  Moving to Spain just a few short years ago was a daunting prospect, the country was belly-up with economic trouble and I had a sinking feeling I might not find work. I was pretty scared, wondering how to make money while traveling rather than return home in a cloud of embarassment.  Here are the routes I took to find flexible work, starting in Madrid and Barcelona for 1 year, and then other European countries. One of my biggest pet peeves with these types of posts is the lack of  ...

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Airport Layover Guides

Bangkok Layover Tour Guide- No-Extra-Cost Mini Layover in Thailand!

Could you turn your Bangkok layover in Thailand into an exciting mini-vacation? Is it worth leaving the airport? I’ve got all the answers you need in the Bangkok layover tour guide – no extra cost, just a lovely miniature holiday on your excruciating flight around the world. Why not take the opportunity to go sighseeing in Bangkok? When I asked on forums, commenters told me there was no point leaving the airport with my layover window (8 hours), but here’s the clever way I  ...

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Guest Blogs

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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