The Ultimate Travel Guide to Bilbao, Spain

In 2018, Spain was the second most visited country in the world, raking in an impressive 82.2 million tourists. Of those 82.2 million, only 3.8 million visited the Basque Country to the north of Spain and let me tell you – those who skipped it were missing out! The city of Bilbao has been listed as one of the best places to live in all of Europe, one of the most livable cities in Spain, and an up-and-coming hotspot for digital nomads worldwide. It is also a national culinary capitol, a fine arts mecca, and home to a plethora of beautiful beaches. If you are one of the many travelers putting Bilbao on your bucket list for the coming year, consider this your one-stop travel guide for all things Bilbao! 

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7 Reasons to Visit San Fransisco in 2019

I’ve been an international traveler from a young age, taking my first trip out of the country at the age of 13. I’ve always longed for far away places, exotic views, and emotive experiences that make my adrenaline rush. While international travel is a healthy passion, sometimes I forget that my nation is home to some of the world’s most beautiful destinations! Today I’m going to share with you seven reasons to visit one of my favorite American cities – San Fransisco!

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5 Things to Know Before Hiking Rainbow Mountain

At 5,200 meters altitude and boasting Instagram-worthy landscapes, Rainbow Mountain (or monte de siete colores) is without a doubt a bucket list item for thousands of people around the globe. The colorful mountain was definitely a must-do item for me during my time in Peru, and boy was it a crazy day! Here are five things every traveler should know before hiking Rainbow Mountain.

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How to Teach English from Anywhere You Have Internet

Teachers, educators, lend me your ears! Are you tired? Burned out? Ready to leave your 7 am to midnight lifestyle of grading papers, lesson planning, and crying into your ice cream while binging FRIENDS? Don’t worry, compadre. I’ve got the hook-up. 

Look, I get it. You are a teacher because you’re passionate about kids. You are passionate about learning and about investing in the lives of the future. None of us become teachers for the money. But goddamnit, a little extra cash wouldn’t hurt, ammaright? 

As teachers, we have the unique ability to take our skillset into just about any country in the world. News flash – pretty much everyone on planet earth wants to learn English, and it can be a pretty sweet way to merge your passions with an international lifestyle. Personally, I’ve taught English in six countries spanning five continents and it’s an awesome gig!

But there is a DOWNSIDE to teaching overseas….

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