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Tips to Staying in Hostels

Everyone is trying to save money wherever they can. Whether that it is on groceries, flights, or DIY. This trend is also continuing in travel. Travelers are looking for different ways to save some money while still seeing the world and not spending an arm and a leg. Hostels have been the answer for many…

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Learning a Language Abroad

Learning a language abroad is a great way to enhance your skills, make great friends and immerse yourself into a new culture. My first solo adventure to Spain was back in 2012 when I decided I wanted to learn Spanish in my summer holidays from university. I didn’t know much about Malaga but chose it…

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Tips for the Holiday Traveler

The year may be coming to an end, but the traveling season is just getting started. For many, the holidays mean family, love, and giving back, but the holidays can also have a negative connotation: traveling. It’s no secret that December is the world’s busiest traveling month, which translates to pure chaos. Missed flights, long…

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Work Abroad

Immersions

5 Quick Tips for Visiting Santorini

Santorini is one of the most visited islands in not only the Cyclades, but all of Greece. The island has the perfect combination of scenery, weather, picturesque views, and food. Visitors may be surprised to learn that there are ways to visit Santorini and avoid the high prices and high number of tourists. All you…

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When My Spanish Clicked: El Salvador

One of the difficulties of traveling abroad is the inability to understand the language. It can be difficult getting assistance or asking questions when the basics of the language are foreign. While this might be an inconvenience for the average traveler, it can be a serious problem for someone traveling long term or relocating to…

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TED Talks

How to make hard choices | Ruth Chang

Which career should I pursue? Should I break up — or get married?! Where should I live? Big decisions like these can be agonizingly difficult. But that’s because we think about them the wrong way, says philosopher Ruth Chang. We shouldn’t think that all hard choices are big.” – Ruth Chang

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