February in Venice

veniceFebruary is a very lovely month to visit Venice, not only for the carnival, but also for St. Valentine’s.

If you are in the city in these days, here there is a small but interesting guide to some of the activities you can do while visiting around.

Starting from the carnival, which is seen as one of the biggest traditions in the city, thanks to which tourists come from all over the world. The celebrations include masquerade balls and parades hold both on land and in the canals, as well as music, games food fairs and activities for the kids.

From Cuneo to both Italy and France

cuneoIf you are on the border between France and Italy, and you want to visit some cities and towns in the neighborhood, go to Cuneo.

Situated in the Piedmontese region, the town was once one of the great places for French tourists, since it is so close to the other country and you could easily reach it by train or car.

Leonardo’s “Last Supper” in Turin

piazza san carloTravelling is something very interesting, since it gives you the chance to meet new people and learn new cultures.

If you are lucky enough, you can also meet some very interesting and cool people who can help you to discover the most secret places of the city you are in, or they can give you hints about where to go and what to do.

That’s the best way to discover something which is not included in the city guide and only locals could know about.

Teaching English Abroad: A Door to the World!

Teaching English Abroad A Door to the WorldLots of people want to travel, get a bit of distance and experience something new.

It´s an exciting prospect! However, it only seems to be the lucky few who get to make it a reality.

Travel doesn´t have to be expensive but it does require a considerable amount of money and that is a luxury not everyone has.

But don´t fear, there is a way: Teaching English as a foreign language (TEFL).