Posts Tagged ‘finding accommodation abroad’

January 25, 2014 @ 8:00 am - posted by Liz
If you want to try living in another country on your Career Break, why not Vietnam? After spending over a year there on our Sabbatical leave, here are our top 5 reasons to drop everything and give it a go. Fantastic beaches Vietnam has some AMAZING beaches.  Our favourites are the North Beach in Hoi Ann, (ask anyone how to get to the ‘local beach’) Mui Ne is popular and just about everywhere [ more...]
October 26, 2013 @ 9:55 am - posted by Dominic Brendell
Langkawi Travel Guide.  The Career Break guide to Malaysia & the REAL Langkawi Tourist Information Flight to Langkawi Right, so I had a bit of a panic getting to Langkawi. Timed everything perfectly from the hotel and so as not to rush I took the expensive high speed train to KL international airport, the one that doesn’t stop for 30 minutes until you’re at the airport. It was while on [ more...]
August 30, 2013 @ 12:00 pm - posted by Drew Charles
I’m back in Chengdu now, having had a stint in Singapore and Thailand, but rather than list the times I brush my teeth and scratch my head I thought I’d focus in on one weekend in particular… my own motorcycle diaries. Saturday – Chiang Mai Thailand I woke up thinking I had a hangover, but as I stepped out of bed I stumbled, which confirmed I was actually still drunk. The problem with waking [ more...]
November 18, 2012 @ 4:17 pm - posted by Robert
Not everyone wants to spend their Career Break or Sabbatical doing a whistle stop tour of the world.  Some people want to have a more settled Career Break where they base themselves in one area and immerse themselves in the local culture.  If you are going to take this option, here are a few tips. Find somewhere to live before you leave.  The majority of people prefer to find somewhere to live [ more...]
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