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    1. James Brewster says:

      Good Morning Elaine,

      Are you aware that last year we introduced the Avis A-list Awards? With great success too! That’s why their back again to honour and award passionate bloggers, like yourself, who help us all to discover new destinations through great content.

      This year we have some fantastic prizes each of which may assist you with your future travels. We’re giving away a British Airways Holiday travel voucher worth £800 to the winner (to be spent on Hotels and/or Flights). For second a British Airways Holiday travel voucher worth £400 and for third an iPad Mini Wifi 32GB (RRP £349).

      Please note the prizes can only be exchanged from the UK by calling a phone number that Avis will provide to the winners.

      If this is something that you are interested in and would like to receive further information, such as entry requirements or other specifics, please do get back to me or visit the Awards page on the Avis blog.

      Thanks for your time,

      James Brewster
      The A-List Awards Team

    2. Jan says:

      Hi Elaine,

      When I use your contact form it doesn’t work, this is the error I get ‘ailed to send your message. Please try later or contact administrator by other way.’

      1. Thank you for letting me know. Can I ask which browser you are using? I will look into it.

    3. Olivia says:

      Hello! I tried sending an email, but the form wasn’t working correctly, so I apologize in advance for the long comment!

      Thank you for creating and updating this blog, it’s fun to read and full of very helpful information, I’m so glad I stumbled upon it!

      I am an undergrad student obsessed with travel. Ultimately I’d love to teach at an international school and have been considering my options for pursuing this goal. I am a double major in international studies and journalism, and a double minor in history in French. I have been considering attending grad school to earn a master’s degree in TESOL, with a k-12 teacher license in the U.S.

      I have a couple of questions. Firstly, is there any need/demand for ESL teachers at an international school?

      Is it necessary for me to have an advanced degree, or would attending grad school be a waste of time? I will not graduate undergrad with a teaching degree, which is why I am considering getting one through grad school.

      Any suggestions for things I could be doing now to make myself more appealing to international schools?

      I feel like I have a ton of questions, but those are the three big ones! Basically, I’d just like to make sure I’m headed in the right direction, because I think this would be the perfect job for me! Thank you for taking the time to read this and for any advice you can give me!! Best of luck with everything!


      1. Hi, thanks for letting me know about the contact form. I will send a reply to your email address.

    4. Natalie says:

      Hi, do you have an email address that I can contact you on? The form above does not seem to be working. Alternatively, you could contact me back on natalie.richardson@searchlaboratory.com Thanks, Natalie

    5. says:

      Dear Runaway Brit

      I had the chance to look at your profile and I found it really interesting, you’ve been in lots of places I’ve in my wishlist 😉

      My name is Nick Michieletto and I’m Director of Editorial and Co-Founder here at DreamsDiary. A travel and photography blog with the ambition to become a platform collecting the most inspiring stories of people who, thanks to those moments, became richer in their heart and in their mind.

      We just launched our new project and we thought you might want to participate. The project consists in the publication of stories of inspiring, emotional and inner changing experiences.

      We see in you a potential storyteller and we would like to tell you a little bit more about our newest project.

      I like to say that being part of this project is a “win-win-win scenario”, but I will let you decide that!

      If you would like to know more, just reply to this email and I will send you all the details (I didn’t wanted to put everything in a single email).

      Talk soon,

      Nick Michieletto
      Director of Editorial and Co-Founder of DreamsDiary

      P.S.: You have some problems in the contact form: it’s not possible to directly send you a message 😉

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