Category Archives: Teaching Abroad

Living in the Middle East – Just how safe is it for a woman flying solo?

It’s funny the road life takes you down.  As I sit here typing this, I’m in my apartment in the outskirts of Abu Dhabi City, having just welcomed a single friend to my relatively new stomping-ground.  Though my husband Nathan made the move with me, he’s spent over two of the last six months back […]

An Introduction to Teaching in Southern Spain with Sonja

Welcome to the first of (what will hopefully be many posts) featuring teachers from around the world. For people with a love of travelling, teaching is sometimes seen as a way to see the world whilst drawing a steady income and immersing themselves in the local culture.  Teaching can of course be a fabulously fulfilling vocation, […]

What’s it like to teach in the UAE?

I was recently interviewed by the lovely Lottie of Princess in a Caravan about what it’s really like to live and teach in the United Arab Emirates – specifically in Abu Dhabi.  Lottie worked as a recruitment consultant for one of the largest teaching recruitment companies in the UAE and it was an honour to be featured […]

Teaching in Abu Dhabi, UAE: Your Questions Answered!

This time last year we made the decision to relocate to the United Arab Emirates and only six months ago we packed up our belongings and prepared to make the move. I’ll never forget the moment my job offer came through and the wave of anxiety we both felt as the months and months of research […]