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A Beginner’s Guide to Ulan Bator, Mongolia…

My name is Lisa Imogen Eldridge and I lived in Ulan Bator, Mongolia for one month.

Ulan Bator can best be described in these five words:

  • eye-opening;
  • modern;
  • fashion-conscious;
  • challenging; and
  • unique.

Women should consider visiting Ulan Bator because it is a very different Asian capital…


How to Teach English in Korea by Alexa Hart

It’s spreading like wildfire.

According to the British Council, “one out of four of the world’s population speak English to some level of competence.”

And many countries are suggesting their youth learn English as a second language.

The best part…

There’s a high demand for English teachers around the world.

And Alexa Hart should know.

Alexa taught English in South Korea for two years to help educate the young minds of our future, immerse herself into the local culture, travel and see the world, and make a little money along the way.

Learn more about Alexa’s experience now…


The Ultimate Guide to Hong Kong Shopping by Jayne Gorman

It’s famed as “The paradise of shopping.”

And as one of the most densely populated areas in the world – with seven million people – it’s no wonder Hong Kong takes the cake… or credit card (snark-snark).

In Hong Kong, shopping is a way of life.

With shopping areas, malls, department stores, and street markets there’s something for everyone.

And Jayne Gorman should know…

Jayne’s the Founder of Traveling Shopaholic and is our go-to gal for how to shop Hong Kong…


This No-Nonsense Author Shares Her Travel Stories…

When it comes to travel writing, it’s hard to get the real scoop.

Travel writers tend to overuse descriptions like charming, beautiful, quaint, vibrant, blah-blah-blah.

But what’s a destination really like?

Travel expert and author – Laurie Gough – will tell you.  Her travel stories and writing are engaging, straightforward and honest – the most lacking trait in writers today.

And luckily for us, we get a sneak peak at Laurie’s wild travel stories from her memoirs: Kite Strings of the Southern Cross: A Woman’s Travel Odyssey AND Kiss the Sunset Pig: An American Road Trip with Exotic Detours.

Not to mention…

Her answers to some tough questions like her least favorite travel destinations, most memorable travel moment, advice on packing, greatest lesson, and even some travel writing tips!

So get the travel low-down from Laurie in this exclusive interview…


The Secret to Seeing Seoul, Korea

Amanda in Seoul Korea

My name is Amanda Slavinsky and my city is Seoul.

I have lived in my city Seoul for almost two years.

My city is best described by these five words: sprawling, energetic, loud, fast, and bright.

The most famous thing about my city is Gangnam Style.

The best way to explore my city is by walking and using the easy to navigate (and cheap!) subway system.

When my girlfriends come for a visit, I always take them to a jjimjilbang (traditional Korean bathhouse) first because it’s a great way to relax and experience Korean culture firsthand.

The best place to take a guy on a date is Mercado Brazilian Steakhouse because it’s unlimited meat for less than $25 in an upscale environment.

When I want to have a night out I always head to Hongdae, the area around country’s most famous art college, Hongik University.

The most random thing about my city is seeing couples in completely identical outfits.