Not to mention, it is one of the safest cities in the country.Plus, I decided only to apply to Spanish speaking countries for my first job. If you didn't get a work visa, please elaborate on working under the table without a work visa.What were some of your concerns before teaching abroad? What did your friends and family think about you moving and teaching abroad?To be honest, my parents were extremely supportive.Please explain the cultural aspects, public transportation, nightlife, social activities, food, expat community, dating scene, travel opportunities, etc.about your country: The public transit system isn't the best, but at least it exists.My average rent/utilities ~ 1000 pesos (although living expenses can vary a lot in this city!
and 4 p.m.-9 p.m as well as 4 hour shifts every other Saturday.
I have a hard time when I start a class and students are given busy work, but the TEFL course assignments all had a learning purpose.
How has your TEFL training helped you in your current teaching position?
How did you find somewhere to live and what is it like? Right now, I live with two of my students and have a total of 4 roommates.
The newspaper and internet adds made it very easy to find a place to live, but since I knew there was an open room in their house, I simply asked and they said yes!