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  • On to rural Tanzania

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    by: lodoesangmo

    created on: Jul 07, 2013 | Tanzania

    I haven’t been able to blog for a while because of the lack of internet connection in Machame – the small town where I am teaching in rural Tanzania. A lot has happened since my last blog post – I completed the public health policy class at Kilimanjaro Christian University College and started the second part of the program, which consists of an internship in a Tanzanian organization. Completing our …

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  • The Adventures of Week One

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    by: NgKev

    created on: Jul 06, 2013 | Amman, Jordan

    The Ali Baba Center truly is an international location. I have had the pleasure of meeting students from Hungary, Luxembourg, Spain, the United Kingdom, Italy, Germany, Denmark, and France. What these students all have in common is a passion for Arabic language and culture; all of them were willing to pay to come to Jordan and immerse themselves in the local environment. While some of us were placed in different …

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  • On Your Own Overseas


    by: CassandraStagner

    created on: Jul 06, 2013 | Stirling, Scotland

    Now that I am overseas I have learned a great deal about being on my own and how important it is to step outside of your comfort zone and reach out to others. Building friendships with other people is such a big part of making your study abroad experience what it should be! I think people often tend to forget that almost everyone is in the same situation you are, so …

  • Best Resorts In Udaipur

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    by: lakeviewhotel

    created on: Jul 06, 2013 | India

    Welcome to The Lakeside Resort Shree Vilas, at Lake Pichola Eco Friendly Lakeside Resort in Udaipur Famous Lake Pichola is the main attraction of Udaipur, the maximum length and the breadth of the lake is enjoyable from the lake side villas of Shree Vilas Lakeside Resort.  Lake Pichola is perfect for families - safe, shallow, warm, clean and power boats are NOT permitted! Offering safe, family oriented surroundings during the busy summer season. …

  • New Delhi

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    by: atsentsang

    created on: Jul 06, 2013 | New Delhi, India

    I’ve been in New Delhi for two days now and I’m in an utter state of culture shock. On my way to my hotel from the New Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport, there were many stray dogs sleeping on the sidewalks, but what’s more shocking is that there were more homeless people sleeping on the sidewalks then any stray dogs. Staring out my window with disbelief, these individuals looked sad, …

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  • Trip of a Lifetime

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    by: juliapalombo

    created on: Jul 05, 2013 | Adelaide, Australia

    I only found out a couple of weeks ago I will be travelling to Thailand on the 6th of January 2014, but the excitement didn't take long to set it. I initially thought I would be heading to Vietnam, but that trip got cancelled. Thailand, as I have heard, is incredibly beautiful and I cannot wait to help the Mea Kok Foundation in any way possible. I …

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  • Getting in shape at Wrangell-St.Elias National Park

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    by: KalimeroJr

    created on: Jul 05, 2013 | Alaska, United States

    Some days go by, and suddenly I look at the calendar and notice I've been in the US for a month today! Since my last update, we (Gil and I) have finally started doing what I was expecting to do in Alaska - hiking. But I'll get to that in a second.I met Nili (a fellow Israeli) on June 25th. Since Anchorage is a pretty boring town in our minds and …

  • End of Week 3

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    by: KaylaBockus

    created on: Jul 05, 2013 | Dublin, Ireland

    "The world is a book and those who do not travel ready only one page." We are at the end of Week 3 interning in Dublin, Ireland. After learning the bus systems and the hustle and bustle of Dublin's City Centre, I would say I have a pretty good grip on living life in Ireland. It has been wonderful so far. Our first weekend, all 15 interns packed up and traveled …

  • Tips for visiting minority villages when trekking Sapa, Vietnam

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    by: activetravelasia

    created on: Jul 04, 2013 | Sapa, Vietnam

    When visitting Sapa, espcially if you are a foriegn visitor, you will like to visit villagers here. May be ,thet following tips will help your trips be more exciting. Coming villages in small groups For many people, one of the highlights of travelling in Sapa is the experience of visiting minority villages.If at all possible, it’s preferable to visit the minority villages as a part of a small group, ideally four people or less, as …

  • Santana

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    by: jessicabastidas

    created on: Jul 03, 2013 | Santana, Sao Tome and Principe

     Santana islocated on the eastern part of São Tome and is the fourth largest city after São Tomé, Trinidade and Neves with a population of 6,969 for the town. It serves as the capital of the Cantagalo district. In Santana, we interviewed local fishermen on the nature of their spirituality. Some practice a mixture of Animism (originating from mainland Africa from areas such as Mosambique and Angola) with Catholocism instituted by the …

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