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  • Enjoy Lavishness and Modern Hospitality at Crowne Plaza Delhi

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    Sandhyaijdv

    by: Sandhyaijdv

    created on: Jul 27, 2013 | Delhi, India

    Feel the magic of finest luxury and comfort with your stay at Hotel Crowne Plaza! The brilliant hotel offers best accommodations along some of the best of modern amenities! You can enjoy lively nightlife, great shopping opportunities, religious interests places all over Delhi and NCR, as the hotel is located at an accessible location. The luxurious hotel is ideal for both the business as well as leisure travelers. The stunning …

  • Adventure travel to the North of Vietnam, why not?

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    activetravelasia

    by: activetravelasia

    created on: Jul 24, 2013 | Vietnam

    North of Vietnam is a region of high mountains and beautiful mountain valleys. Travelers to Northern Vietnam have opportunities to explore the life of hill tribes, and plenty of adventure activities – hiking, mountain trekking, motorbike tours and many others. Why travel to the North of Vietnam? North of Vietnam has one of the most beautiful scenery in the country. The region has high mountains, green mountain valleys, beautiful rice fields, waterfalls and lakes.The region …

  • July 22 - Day 2

    KennethSmith

    by: KennethSmith

    created on: Jul 22, 2013 | San Pedro, Costa Rica

    Hey everyone, It is my second day in San Pedro Costa Rica.  I have been working closey with CRLA, the Costa Rican Language Academy.  The host family is very nice and so are the other people of CRLA that have been helping me out and giving instructions. I just finished orientation and leave for my project in Tortuguero tomorrow morning.  Kent

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  • I'm Not the Only Person With Dreadlocks

    nwhite6

    by: nwhite6

    created on: Jul 19, 2014 | Antananarivo, Madagascar

      I had the greatest time going to Morondava this past week with my group. It was the one week out the trip where we did not have to worry about academics and was able to relax. The hotel we stayed at was right on the beach so we could throw off our flip flops and walk bare foot from our bungalow to the sandy beach and watch the sunrise in …

    Fund for Education Abroad Fund for Education Abroad

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  • Te Anua, NZ

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    AshleyGlasser

    by: AshleyGlasser

    created on: Jul 21, 2013 | South Island, New Zealand

    Another week of school has come and passed! I planned my spring break trip which is in August to Sydney! I'm really excited! I hope to also travel to Figi since I'm already so close. A couple of friends and I went on our first "out of Dunedin" travels to Te Anua and made a pit stop in Queenstown! The trip was quite a process and the driving on the …

  • The first week is the rough week.

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    AshleyGlasser

    by: AshleyGlasser

    created on: Jul 21, 2013 | Dunedin, New Zealand

    School began and life was finally on a schedule. The University of Otago is beyond beautiful! My classes are very spread out but luckily I only have class Monday through Wednesday. I have an American History class here and its different to see their views on young America. I also have a dance class. This is my favorite class because its unlike any college class I have taken. We not …

  • Formal Study, Street Study, Why Study?

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    NgKev

    by: NgKev

    created on: Jul 20, 2013 | Amman, Jordan

    Making sure everything works out for a curriculum that lasts only four weeks can be quite a challenge. In the Arabic classroom, we have reviewed what would for me be several semesters’ worth of grammar. There have been some pretty advanced topics of discussion, and the vocabulary is not easy to grasp – Homosexuality and sexual deviancy, the Feminist cause, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and thinking with one’s heart vs. with …

    Fund for Education Abroad Fund for Education Abroad

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  • Homestays: Experiencing The Real Laos

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    activetravelasia

    by: activetravelasia

    created on: Jul 19, 2013 | Laos

    The following is a guest post by Cindy Fan The children huddle together in awe of the giant 6’3” figure looming over them. The giant spreads his arms, threatening to devour them in one swoop. The kids are giddy, their excitement palpable; they know what’s coming next. “My…name…IS….BAZZA!” the giant roars. The kids squeal with glee and eagerly wait for the giant to do it all over again. We’re in the small village …

  • Is It Safe To Ride A Motorbike In Vietnam?

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    activetravelasia

    by: activetravelasia

    created on: Jul 19, 2013 | Vietnam

    Written by Elise Of the two months we spent in Vietnam a good portion of that was riding everyday. We booked a Motorbiking the Ho Chi Minh Trail tour of Activetravel Asia. Our tour is about 3500km from Hanoi to Saigon (much to the horror of our parents!). We took our time, made many small stops in towns as well as major cities and really got a feel for Vietnam. Along the way …

  • Sweet As.

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    AshleyGlasser

    by: AshleyGlasser

    created on: Jul 16, 2013 | Dunedin, New Zealand

    I finally made it! Although the flight here was anything but enjoyable, I am so glad to be here! We had to make a "stop" in Figi during my flight from the states to Aukland which made me late for my connection. All was fine though and another cab was sent from the college to the Dunedin airport. When I arrived late in the evening to my flat, they had …

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