I've posted before here about how I would love to teach abroad. I've applied for the Fulbright Teacher Exchange to teach in the UK. Didn't make it the first time, so I'm trying again. I am trying to come up with a "back up plan", which is challenging because I don't find out until March or April if I am accepted or not. If I don't get a match again, I NEED to travel abroad again! I've done the community college study abroad twice, but I'm tired of dealing with the younger college crowd (A lot of 18-19-20 year olds who mostly care about partying). I have made some great friends, some my age (27) and some a lot younger too. I just need to find another way to travel (also without having meaningless busy work to do every night for homework!). I'm wondering if there are any study abroad type programs for teachers (or even adults??). I can't seem to find anything out there except study abroad for college students, or programs for teachers to take students on class trips (won't really work with my second graders!). If anyone knows of anything like that, let me know... Any other suggestions for ways for a single person to travel without being completely alone, let me know too. Thanks in advance.