We had another interview this week with a company called Teach to Travel. We were introduced to them by the company we took our TEFL course through and have been going back and forth with them for quite a while about possibly job opportunities.
I just crossed my first 4 vaccinations off the list. At first, I thought that the only shot that would be covered by insurance was the tetanus shot, but somehow Dave figured out that there were several others that we could get covered as well. He saved us $300-$400 each! What a smartie!
Ok, sorry, one more link. How could I not post this?!?! Need to read through this when I get a chance because I want to go to all of these places!
Last year Google Street View went beneath the oceans so this year Google decided to take Street View to the top of the World.
Inspired by their love of mountaineering, a few Googlers decided to capture Street View imagery for Google Maps from some of the world’s tallest peaks, including Everest Base Camp. Beyond excited for this. Hope I can make it to the top
Today I decide to re-tackle this Florianopolis to Buenos Aires situation. It’s the only leg of the trip that I hadn’t quite figured out yet, and now I see that it’s because it’s much more complicated than any other bus trip we’ll be taking.
Ok, back to this, yet again. I expected it to be hard to find insurance, flights, tours, but busses were probably the last thing I expected to have trouble with. I’ve probably spent an entire day all together so far figuring out this bus situation and here’s what I’ve found:
More fun stuff. Today I found out the difference between all of the different types of Malaria pills.
And then, whenever I get stressed or overwhelmed with all of this planning… I find a picture like this and know how worth it it’ll all be in the end 🙂