Work Abroad

What does an average day look like working in an underground town?
As I prepare to start my second year in Japan, I'm looking back on how I've changed. 
How life in Mexico involves equal doses of teaching and learning.
Working in Coober Pedy, I'm learning what leads people to give up city life for a slower one. 
How I turned from a late-night bartender into an early-morning teacher. 
Following recent immigration raids in Seoul, EFL teachers need to know the rules of employment. 
Travel is getting to know ourselves in ways that just aren't possible otherwise.
How I came to terms with my time left abroad.
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