International teachers dating site
By Lindsay Campher Krasinski Making the choice to live overseas & teach English abroad is the first step in an adventure of a lifetime.
As an English teacher in Spain, China, Costa Rica, or wherever you decide to teach, you will not just be a tourist passing through, but you will become a member of a new a community - a "local" if you will - which means that forming a social circle, making friends, and yes, DATING!
I am just wondering if I should prepare myself for a lonely two-three years. I don't get sackloads of communication on this topic, but you do wonder just how many teachers are out there looking for love among their own kind in a country that's world-famous for......*cough*.........initiating relationships with local people.
Several months ago, I got an e-mail from a teacher who was thinking of starting up a dating website aimed purely at foreign teachers looking for relationships with other foreign teachers in Thailand.
Related Articles: About Lindsay Krasinski: Lindsay Campher Krasinski is a Senior Admissions Advisor at International TEFL Academy. She attended yoga classes in South Africa and met Lara, a yogi who introduced Lindsay to her brother Jaques.
That day the navigation of South African norms and customs in regard to love and dating began!
Here are some great ideas for making friends while teaching abroad: 9 Pro Tipsto Help You Make Friends While Teaching English Abroad. “Is it normal for someone to talk to me within 6 inches of my face? " "Is it appropriate for me to ask for somebody's phone # or email address ?, will likely be part of your life (if you're not already hitched).