As a future, current or even past ILP volunteer, you may be wondering if your time teaching English abroad really had an impact on your kids ...."Is it really that important for them to learn English?"
There are many factors that go into picking the perfect ILP country and weather may be one of them. If you love the sun, here's where you should volunteer.
When you think about Thailand, you probably already think about crystal blue water against white sandy beaches, but I bet you didn't know there are pools of turquoise blue water in the rainforest you could swim in too.
Relive your semester in China or Thailand by getting a Fish Pedicure, right here in Utah! It may not come with hand pulled noodles or amazing Pad Thai, but you will definitely reminisce and think of all your fun memories abroad. Here's where to go.
If you're in Bangkok and looking for a truly magical experience you're going to have to check out this cafe. I mean, look at it ... unicorns? It's sort of a dream.
Going to Bali and looking for a little more adventure than just going to the beaches (which by the way are amazing)? Well, let me tell you about this jungle swing you can go on. Not only do you feel like you're flying; you'll get an incredible view!
Everyone is superstitious to some degree (you know, you knock on wood or avoid black cats), but depending on where you live in the world your superstitions will vary. If you're jetting off for your semester in Thailand, you may be surprised just how different their superstitions are than ours!
If you’re set to volunteer abroad, you might be living in a foreign country during the rainy season … but it turns out, that’s exactly when you want to travel.
Have you been seeing your friends that are volunteering in China for a semester post about getting fish pedicures? Or, maybe you're spending a semester in Thailand and keep seeing signs for them everywhere and can't help but wonder what exactly they are. Good news for you -- we know all about these funny little fish pedicures!