Category: Tips & Resources

Emilie – Università degli Studi di Roma

Who: Emilie from Belgium Website: http://www.travelwithemilie.com When: March- July 2008 Where: Università degli Studi di Roma “La Sapienza” , Rome – Sociology   What made you decide that you wanted to participate in a

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Lotte – Universitat de Barcelona

  Who: Lotte from the Netherlands Website:  www.phenomenalglobe.com When: February – July 2008 Where: Universitat de Barcelona – Facultad de Economía y Empresa   What made you decide that you wanted

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Travel Beauty Essentials

When you’re in the midst of a great adventure, one of the last things you want to think about (or even worry about for that matter) is how decent you

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On the Road Survival Food

Sometimes when you’re travelling, you might find yourself getting a bit tight for cash, or you’re travelling with a tight budget. For most, cutting back on food seems to be

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The Liebster Award

  The Liebster Award is an award that is passed from blogger to blogger in order to help readers – like yourselves – find new blogs to follow! The lovely

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Top 10 Travel Essentials

“What’s important is that you make the leap. Jump high and hard with intention and heart. Pay no mind to the vision that the committee made up. You get to

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Things that gave me wanderlust in 2015

Initially, I was going to make my final post of the year a review of the past twelve months. However, the Internet is being filled with people’s reflections and thoughts

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Reflection.

What a whirlwind the past couple of weeks have been! I’ve just got back home from a much needed break in Byron Bay, and boy did I need it! Sometimes

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Traveller VS. Tourist

I believe that there are two types of people in the realm of travel and world exploration – the traveller and the tourist. Neither one makes a person better or

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Flying Etiquette 101

Travel  by air. A necessity for getting from one place to another in a timely fashion. Quite often it is tedious, exhausting and needed. And quite unfortunately, there are so

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