Work from your mobile phone?

I know the title of this post may seem a bit ‘scammy’ , but it really isn’t!

If you’re a native English speaker from the USA, UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand or Canada, you could teach English from your mobile phone and make up to 22USD per hour plus bonuses. 

This is my main form of income. 

It funds my international travels and gives me the freedom to work from anywhere I want (with wifi). 

Teach English online

Im not going to sugar coat online teaching.  It’s convenient, pays well and rewarding…. but it is hard work.  You need to be high energy, passionate and dedicated.

If you’re looking for easy money or passive income, then stop reading.

However, if you feel like you’re a good candidate, then you’re in the right place. I am more than happy to talk you through the steps and help get you past the Palfish interview stage and increase bookings :)

I’ve helped several teachers in the past, so I know what it takes.

Interested? then….

  1. Private message me on Instagram and I’ll take you through the steps.

@tefltravelling


OR

2. Download the Palfish App and insert my invitation code – 45012005

You can then get in contact with me via the teaching app.  It has fantastic messaging facilities.

This is 100% free.  Just like any other job, there are no fees etc.  You pass the interview, you get the job!

Simple. 

I’ll look forward you to helping you get started and welcoming you to our community.

Teach from Self Quarantine

Hi everyone!

I hope you’re all staying safe during these uncertain times.

This is a short post about a job opportunity for those who are currently staying at home and need to make some extra cash.

Here are the details –

#jobopportunity

Online Teaching!

Work from your mobile phone 📲 teaching English to students in China from anywhere you want 🌍 & earn up to $22 per hour plus bonuses 💰💰💰.

If you’re a native English speaker with a degree from the USA, UK,  CANADA, AUSTRALIA, IRELAND or NEW ZEALAND, you will be able to qualify for a demo (the interview) stage.

If you would like more details, please comment below or private message me on instagram – @tefltravelling

I hope I can help you out.

Sending you all good vibes!

#Travel: Poland – Krakow

Krakow, Poland is located near the Czech border in the southern part of the country. Millions of tourists flock to the city every year and this number is increasing annually!

Krakow is one of Europe’s best jewels. It is rich in history and architecture, has an abundance of restaurants and won’t damage your bank balance as badly as many other European cities.

In total, I spent 8 days in Krakow. I used airbnb to book a cheap apartment about a 10 minute walk from the city centre.

My Airbnb Discount Code:

https://www.airbnb.com/c/lhaddock4?currency=GBP

There are many places to stay in the city center, but if you’re looking for something a little quieter and cheaper, I recommend just outside of the old town.

8 days was a good amount of time for me to explore the city, chill and do some work.

Here are some things you need to check out when you’re visiting:

  • Krakow’s Rynek Glowny Town Centre
  • Wawel Cathedral
  • Wawel Royal Castle
  • Kazmiers The Former Jewish District
  • Lost Souls Alley

Two of the most popular things to do in Krakow are not actually in Krakow itself. They are half day/ day trips not too far from the city.

Auschwitz

I don’t have the words to describe my visit here. It’s an important history lesson that any visitor to Krakow should not miss.

Salt Mines

The Salt Mines were my most surprising part of my trip. I really wasn’t expecting much, but I was wrong! The structures and objects carved into the mine are incredibly impressive. It’s also a good history and science lesson.

So, there you have Krakow in a nutshell!

I hope to visit again this summer 🙂

Enjoy your trip!

Check out these handy resources to make sure you don’t miss anything in Krakow!

#TRAVEL – Wales: 4 Waterfall Hike

Croseo I Cyrmu!

Wales.

My home. 

No better place to re-ignite my #TRAVEL series with.

With a population of just over 3 million people, and almost 10 million sheep (I’m not joking), Wales isn’t exactly ‘on the map’. 

Well, it should be…

Wales boasts vibrant green landscapes for as far as the eye can see.

Hidden amongst the hills, collieries and trees are many concealed gems that can be sought out…

Waterfalls!

In fact, there are hundreds of waterfalls scattered throughout this mountainous country.  The scenic environment and wet climate have bred these rapids for thousands of years and their offspring is spectacular.

Just north of the infamous Pendryn Whisky Distillery lies the ‘Brecon Beacons 4 Waterfalls Walk’. This scenic little hike takes you along a picturesque path through the woods were you’ll be greeted by 4 of them –Sgwd Clun-gywn, Sgywd y Pannwr, Sgwd Isaf Clun-gywn and Sgwd yr Eira.

The path begins close to the little village of Ystradfellte.  It isn’t too strenuous, but some parts of the track can be quite slippery, so wear appropriate footwear.

There is a National Park car park that charges around 4GBP per day.    It’s located at the beginning of the path.  From there, you just follow the winding path which will eventually loop back around on itself.

Depending on your speed and fitness, the Brecon Beacons 4 Waterfall walk should take no longer than 3 – 4 hours to complete.

Have fun, be safe & Enjoy Wales!