Tag: Blogs

Articles with useful links to blogs of teachers who travel and travelers who teach, to help you see the world and find Global Education resources.

Francis during his epic Continental Divide hike.

A Round-Trip Hike Along the Continental Divide Trail

Francis during his epic Continental Divide hike. TeachingTraveling.com: Welcome, to Francis Tapon, a travel writer who hiked nearly 6,000 miles on the Continental Divide Trail! Tell us a bit about your background, Francis. Francis: My mother is from Chile and […]

/ September 12, 2011
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Beautiful Iruya, in Northwest Argentina. One of Marc's destinations!

A Teaching, Cooking, Writing, and Travel Career

Beautiful Iruya, in Northwest Argentina. One of Marc’s destinations! TeachingTraveling.com: Today we welcome Marc d’Entremont, a man with a remarkable career trajectory which includes teaching, theater arts, culinary arts, lots of travel, and freelance writing. Read and be inspired by […]

/ July 25, 2011
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Mike PowerKicking in Ko Phi Phi, Thailand!

A Signature Pose: Power Kick! Plus Teaching English Abroad…

Mike PowerKicking in Ko Phi Phi, Thailand after a long hike up! TeachingTraveling.com: We have a super unique teacher traveler today: American teacher Mike Welch, who travels the world gathering photos of people doing PowerKicKs, and who now is teaching […]

/ July 6, 2011
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Elaine Playing With Preschoolers In Cambodia.

Positive RTW World Travel of an Australian Teacher

Elise Playing With Preschoolers In Cambodia. TeachingTraveling.com: Welcome to Elise, former teacher and world-traveling blogger at Positive World Travel! Elise, tell us a bit about your background. Elise: I’ve grown up in Sydney’s Northern Beaches my whole life and only […]

/ July 5, 2011
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Will with his ESL class in a Saigon, Vietnam cafe.

Will Peach: Teaching ESL in Vietnam and Travel in Southeast Asia

Will with his ESL class in a Saigon, Vietnam cafe. TeachingTraveling.com: Today we have a juicy tale from Will Peach! Will, tell us your background story. Will: Hi! I’m Will Peach, a 25-year old Brit working as a site editor […]

/ June 13, 2011
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The Crazy Horse monument, conceived to "show the white man that the red man has great heroes too. No government funding is taken for the building of this monument.

Americorps VISTA at Crow Creek Sioux Indian Reservation, South Dakota

The Crazy Horse monument, conceived to “show the white man that the red man has great heroes too.” No government funding is taken to build it. What about traveling to a different country within your own home country? In this […]

/ May 30, 2011
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