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Monday Photo: Chiang Mai, Thailand

A travel photo of Chiang Mai, Thailand.Read More
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Monday Photo: Chiang Rai, Thailand

A travel photo of Chiang Rai, Thailand.Read More
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Monday Photo: Chiang Mai, Thailand

A travel photo of Chiang Mai, Thailand.Read More
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Monday Photo: Nong Khai, Thailand

A travel photo of Nong Khai, Thailand.Read More
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Monday Photo: Kanchanaburi, Thailand

A travel photo of Kanchanaburi, Thailand.Read More
Get TEFL Certified in Chiang Mai with SEE TEFL

Get TEFL Certified in Chiang Mai with SEE TEFL

Recently we compared the services of six organisations offering TEFL teaching internships in Thailand. Of the choices available SEE TEFL is the only one that focuses solely on Thailand and we often see them praised in forums and groups. We asked John Quinn, director of SEE TEFL, to give us a little background to Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL), and why Chiang Mai is such a great place to begin your career as a travelling teacher.Read More
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Monday Photo: Hua Hin, Thailand

A travel photo of Hua Hin, Thailand.Read More
Thailand TEFL Internships

Thailand TEFL Teaching Internships Compared

If you are new to Teaching English as a Foreign Language, a TEFL internship in Thailand is a great way to experience life in an exotic yet easy going country. Several companies offer the opportunity to get TEFL certified and quickly placed in a job with a Thai school, while providing the support that can be the difference between deciding to go or backing out and staying at home.Read More
Travel Photos

Monday Photo: Chiang Mai, Thailand

A travel photo of Chiang Mai, Thailand.Read More
Review of Prasongsook Hotel, Ubon Ratchathani

Hotel/Hostel Review: Prasongsook Hostel, Ubon Ratchathani, Thailand

Prasongsook Hostel was chosen by huff as our place to stay in Ubon Ratchathani. It turned out to be the optimal stomping off distance from the bus station in the direction that promised the most light and life. Not too far that one of us would collapse from exhaustion under the weight of our baggage, but not too near that we couldn’t calm down and resume being civilised to each other.Read More