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The Euro Diet

By: Jessica Graves One of my biggest concerns before I came to Europe was my health. In case you're unaware, traditional Czech food is not the most figure friendly. You have meat, gravy, potatoes, dumplings, soup, stews, bread & then you're introduced to all different kinds of sausages, deep fried pork steak, FRIED CHEESE & [...]

2016-11-01T12:54:00+00:00

Why You Should Travel

By: Jessica Graves Um, why not? My journey to TEFL Worldwide Prague & the Czech Republic in general all started when I was sitting in a Barnes & Noble nostalgically browsing through Paris travel books. Paris will always be my first love no matter where I travel/live. I first ventured to the City of Lights when [...]

2015-01-04T11:08:13+00:00

How to Save Money to Travel

By: Justin Charity (a 2012 TEFL Worldwide graduate) and her husband have been traveling the world on a budget. Here, Charity shares her advice on saving money to travel. By far the most repeated question I get from people is, “How can you afford to travel so much?” I am still surprised at the shock [...]

2016-11-03T17:48:59+00:00

Paris, I Love You

By Charity DeSouza - class of September 2012. Read more about her adventures with her husband in her Married Nomads blog.  Paris is the city of lights. The city of love. The city you grow up believing is one of the most romantic places in the world. The place Carrie Bradshaw famously got smacked in [...]

2016-11-01T12:54:00+00:00

Interesting Facts about Prague

By: Justin So today I guided the TEFL Worldwide Prague orientation walk, leading the new class throughout the city of Prague on this chilly November afternoon. We started by hiking up towards the castle, enjoying some nice views, watching the changing of the guards, then heading torwads the castle grounds, entering the St. Vitus cathedral, [...]

2016-11-01T12:54:00+00:00
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