The best way to learn about a what to see, eat and do in a place is from the locals and expats who live there! That’s why we’re excited to share these tips from Akshata, a Mumbai native who now lives and works in Goa, India as a Divemaster. Her tips make us want to hop on a plane back to India and delve deeper into the coastal hippie paradise we only scratched the surface of in 2014.
The best way to learn about what to do and where to go in a city is from the locals and expats who live there. That’s why we are so excited to share this guest post, written by Alex who was born and raised in Saigon, moved to Australia at 15, and now lives in Saigon again as an expat. In this article he shares his favorite places to eat, drink and explore in the city. Take it away, Alex!
Moving to Phnom Penh? Considering it or want to learn more?
In this article we delve into what life is like in Cambodia’s capital city, including the real costs and details you don’t always hear about. [Read more…]
There are so many amazing places to go and things to do in Cambodia!
Stevo and I have been traveling in Cambodia together since 2012 and have been living in Phnom Penh since 2015. We’ve had a chance to visit many different areas of the country, and still plan to see much more!
Here we’ve shared our ten favorite places we’ve been (so far!) in Cambodia, along with a map. We also share where else we plan to go in Cambodia at the end of the article.
As always, if you have any questions about traveling or living in Cambodia, feel free to email Jen@twocantravel dot com.
This is a guest post from Todd Squitieri, a teacher currently living in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Todd spent time speaking with veteran instructor and entrepreneur John Quinn, who runs a Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) school in Chiang Mai to learn from his decades of experience teaching both students and teachers.
John shared interesting insights about what it takes to be an effective and memorable English teacher, what it was like to travel in Asia decades before technology and smart phones, and how teaching English in Thailand has changed over the years until today. [Read more…]
Two Can Travel receives emails every week asking how to find a teaching job in Cambodia.
While we can share our personal experience finding work in Cambodia, our situation and experience is probably different than others’s.
To better answer people’s burning questions, Jen met up with Cheryl Glorch, founder of Teachers in Cambodia (TIC) to get the inside scoop on how to find a teaching job in Cambodia. TIC started in 2011 and is the only Cambodia-based teacher placement company in the country. [Read more…]
Information Updated June 2016.
It is quick and easy to get a Vietnam Visa in Phnom Penh. Here are three ways to do it:
We are so excited to share this guest post from Nick Kembel, author of “Taiwan in the Eyes of a Foreigner.” Nick has been living in Taiwan for over eight years and is full of knowledge on the best eats and places to visit that many travelers never make it to. He’s shared with us five of his top insider recommendations for getting off the beaten path in Taipei, Taiwan. They all sound amazing to us! Which activities do you want to do? [Read more…]
It was a Wednesday afternoon in June and I was having lunch with my friend Claire in Phnom Penh.
We were eating on Street 136 near the Riverside, when suddenly torrential downpours, thunder and lightning were right on top of us. For two hours.