Eco Trekkers know how important it is to fit in with the society and culture we are visiting. Also, we love giving something back to the people who are hosting our travels. One of the best ways of contributing to the societies we visit is by teaching English as a foreign language in the countries we want to stay in.
English teaching jobs are always available in huge numbers throughout the world. Third World countries such as Laos and Thailand in Southeast Asia, Senegal and Zambia in Africa, and Venezuela and Columbia in South America all have a big demand for first-class English-language teachers. And, surprisingly, it is not just the Third World countries that need native English-speakers: European countries as wide-ranging as Russia and Finland all want good English teachers.
Even in the USA there is a demand for English lessons, since immigrants from Spanish-speaking Latin America, let alone from the rest of the world, all need tuition in the English language.
One of the really positive aspects of being prepared to teach English as a written or spoken skill is that it is totally carbon-neutral. There is absolutely no impact on the environment in sitting down with an individual or a group of people to speak English. If the lessons involve writing, well, paper can be re-used several times or can finally be recycled, or just etch your words in the dirt or sand, or whatever natural material happens to be available that can be erased and used again and again.
So, one of the best preparations for eco-travelling is to get yourself a qualification in teaching English as a second or foreign language. You could soon find that the cost of learning pays its way in teaching.
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