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  • Ian Paul
    Published 3 years ago
    York to Cork and Back Again

    York to Cork and Back Again

    It began one Friday afternoon. I was just thinking about my schedule for the following week, which I needed to send out to some online students in order for them to book some slots with me the following week, when the phone rang. It was the company I do TEFL teacher training for. I usually teach once a month for 20 hours in Hull, East Yorkshire and another 20 in York. This month I’d been lucky and had spent the previous weekend delivering the course in Liverpool too. This was because the teacher for Norwich was ill and it was easier for the Liverpool teacher to cover Norwich and for me to teach in Liverpool. Now I was asked if I would like to teach 20 hours in Cork, Southern Ireland.
  • Maggie Harris
    Published 3 years ago
    Bribing Border Guards and Smuggling Human Remains

    Bribing Border Guards and Smuggling Human Remains

    Late last year I took a little trip to South America. Why South America, you might ask. Well, quite simply, because someone said to me "what about South America?" And so it was decided.
  • Loni Beach
    Published 3 years ago
    10 Reasons Why I Want to Visit Japan, and Why You Should Too!

    10 Reasons Why I Want to Visit Japan, and Why You Should Too!

    Japan is a unique country with its beautiful architecture and contrasting culture compared to the United States. I think we can all agree that Japan is an interesting and extraordinary trip. So, here is my list explaining why I want to visit Japan, and why you should too.
  • Gareth Johnson
    Published 3 years ago
    Venice: Like A Virgin

    Venice: Like A Virgin

    Venice good gives face.
  • Olivia Bellomo
    Published 3 years ago
    Coolest Coffee Shop In New Jersey

    Coolest Coffee Shop In New Jersey

    The first thought that comes to mind when thinking of coffee is gasoline. "America runs on Dunkin,” is something you’ve most likely heard. It would seem this black liquid has devolved into nothing more than a required fuel in our society. Picture this: Monday morning commute. Bumper-to-bumper traffic on a highway at 7 AM. Angry and frustrated motorists, all weaving in and out of haphazardly-organized lanes to arrive at their destinations.
  • Ben W
    Published 3 years ago
    The City of Eternal Spring

    The City of Eternal Spring

    Medellin, a bustling metropolis of over three million people, has a popular and well-known nickname, “The City of Eternal Spring.” I can say for certain that this particular nickname is well warranted and appropriate given the moderate temperatures and humidity that make up the day and night here. Among the cities and towns I’ve visited in Colombia thus far, Medellin is special in that its’ climate is hospitable and agreeable.