Monthly Archives: March, 2015

4 Of The Most Terrifying Must-See Korean Horror Movies

  Korean horror films are some of the weirdest and goriest mash of paranormal events, family relationships and amputations you will ever see. That being said, there are some definite gems mixed in with the strange. We’ve compiled a list of 4 amazing Korean horror movies for you to sink your teeth into (from the(…)


5 Mexico City Restaurants You Won’t Want to Miss

Mexico City is known for doing things on a grand scale, and its restaurant offering is no exception. There are quite literally thousands of options to consider when it comes to choosing your next meal out when vacationing in this major metropolis, so you may want to do a little research before you go. We(…)


South Korea – More to See Than the DMZ: 3 Tourist Hotspots

Travelers looking for the iconic history and the gracefulness of Asia might not immediately think of South Korea. Westerners tend to envision the bloody war that our fathers and grandfathers fought in, and endless miles of barbed wire fences, land mines, and soldiers in a perpetual military standoff, rather than ancient temples, beautiful parks, modern(…)


4 of the Most Unique Hostels Around the World

Anyone who’s a budget traveler knows that one of the best ways to save money while out exploring the world is to stay at hostels instead of pricier hotels. If you haven’t yet tried staying at a hostel because you’re afraid they’re dirty or don’t like the idea of sharing space with strangers, it’s time(…)


8 Top Tips For Learning a Second Language

  If you’re new to the world of language learning, you may be nervous about what lies ahead for you. Just like with any other type of undertaking, you’ve probably heard the good, the bad, and the ugly from friends and family on what it’s like to learn a second language. Is it tough? Yes.(…)


Study Abroad in Mexico: 3 Amazing Universities

Many people look to Europe when planning their year abroad or when thinking of studying in a new and foreign land, however, Mexico may just be the ticket you’ve been looking for. Despite being part of North America, Mexico has a distinctly Latin American feel, with a much different day-to-day lifestyle than Canada or the(…)


Indonesia: A Guide to the Good, the Bad, and Avoiding the Ugly

In a country consisting of over 17 000 islands, it’s easy for the adventure-minded to get lost in Indonesia. While it’s a country of opportunistic, kind-hearted people, Indonesia also suffers from a bit of a bad rap. Don’t let the negatives put you off seeing a land of contradictions, rich with history, as well as(…)


How to Keep Your Students Motivated: A Guide for Language Teachers

Motivation is key to learning a language. If your students are genuinely interested in developing their language skills, they’ll improve much more quickly, as well as create a positive classroom environment that’s conducive to learning. Unfortunately, not all students are as excited about learning a language as you are about teaching it. If you’re dealing(…)