Goats On The Road Posts

Teaching English in China: Getting a Job is Easier Than You Think!

Getting a Teaching Job in China is Easier Than You Think!

Teaching English in China can be a great source of income on the road for digital nomads, a great “gap year” for students, or, a perfect full-time career for those looking to live abroad permanently. Whatever your reasoning for uprooting and to teach English abroad, we’re sure you’ll have a very positive experience. Packing up ...
Sailing in the Caribbean

The Tobago Cays – A Perfect Day of Sailing in the Caribbean

We’re not sailors, yachties or cruisers, we’re just travellers who want to make our way from one point to the next. If you look out from any waterfront restaurant or hotel in the Grenadines, you’ll see numerous sailboats, catamarans and yachts anchored out there, bobbing slowly from side to side. People whiz into shore from their ...
Personal Legends: The Roadmaps to Happiness

7 Things I Don’t Like About Travelling

You always hear us saying “_______ is fantastic” and “_______ is the best part of travelling”, but what about the other side of being on the road? If you’ve read our blog, you know that we absolutely love our lifestyle and we wouldn’t trade it for all the money in the world, but it’s not all sandy ...
Happy Island

Happy Island: The World’s Coolest Beach Bar On An Island Made Of Seashells (WITH VIDEO)

This Happy little atoll lies just a few hundred meters off the coast of Union Island in St.Vincent and The Grenadines. It all started with a man named Janti, who was working as a volunteer environmental officer. With tourism starting to flourish in SVG, his task was to clean up the beaches around Union Island ...
Best Countries Locals

5 Of The Best Countries For Making Real Connections With Locals

“Be genuinely interested in everyone you meet and everyone you meet will be genuinely interested in you” ― Rasheed Ogunlaru Meeting people is one of the great benefits of travel and meeting local people is a great way to get a deeper insight into the country you’re travelling in. Their lives may differ from your own, but ...
Union Island

Rugged, Unpretentious and Real…This is Union Island!

“Where do we stamp into the country?” I asked as we docked at the tiny, wooden pier. “At the airport” was the captain’s reply. True, the airport would be the typical place one receives their arrival stamp, but we had arrived by boat, not air! Needless to say, the customs and immigration system in the Caribbean ...