I’m currently living and working as a career guidance counsellor in China and I could not recommend it enough; especially for those who want to travel and gain some valuable life and cultural experiences. Working as a teacher abroad has many positives. The salaries for teachers abroad can be far better – particularly for newly…… Continue reading Want to Teach in Hong Kong?
As University applications open, many students will be looking ahead or may have even already decided on their CAO choices prior the closing date of the 1st of February 2017. But those hoping to study in the UK will also be looking at the UCAS application system. One of the main differences with UCAS…… Continue reading What makes a good Personal Statement?
After moving to China in August, the Great Wall was on the top of my to-do list. When the first long weekend came around, it was booked and I later found out about Yinyang Music Festival.☯ Raving on the Great Wall of China was very surreal – something I’ll tell the grandkids. Yin Yang is an…… Continue reading A rave on the Great Wall of China
After moving to China in August of this year, I asked around about the must sees of China. From word of mouth, and of course Lonely Planet, I came across Zhangjiajie National Park, which is one of Lonely Planets Top 30 sites. Zhangjiajie National Park in the Hunan province of China is one of a kind.…… Continue reading Zhangjiajie National Park, China
More and more people are looking to the airline Emirates to sate their wanderlust as a member of the airline’s cabin crew. I spoke to a member of the Emirates cabin crew to find out if life in the skies really is as glamorous as its looks. All Emirates employees are based in Dubai,…… Continue reading What’s life as a member of Cabin Crew really like?
Math teacher Ciaran Bradley and myself, give you a personal account and overview of Kuwait for Abu Dhabi Paddy.com Overview / Daily Life: Kuwait is a highly urban country, surrounded by desert and the Arabian Gulf. It gets ridiculously hot from late May to early October – although due to low humidity (mostly,…… Continue reading Living In Kuwait: What to know
I wrote this in the middle of Ramadan, the Muslim holy month that involves 30 days of fasting and religious observance. Here I give my overview and thoughts after a few months in a Muslim country. When I first applied for a job in Kuwait, I thought to myself “I haven’t a breeze where Kuwait is”; I…… Continue reading My view of the Muslim community