Indiana – Overlooked and Undiscovered: Southern

I wrap up my three-part series on Indiana this week with the southern region. Southern Indiana is somewhat distinguishable from the rest: you start hearing y’all a bit more, there are rolling hills, and basketball becomes an even bigger deal. Southern Indiana is wrapped in bucolic landscapes, history, and small-town Indiana culture. So that’s what…

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Indiana – Overlooked and Undiscovered: Central

This week, I continue the three-part series on my home state by looking at the Central Inddiana region. Moving south from The North provides a different kind of sensory experience, while also containing overlapping themes. The North has sandy dunes, Amish Country, and roaming plains. But it also boasts college towns holding prestigious institutions like…

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Gisèle G. | A Local Exploring Mexico

“I thought I have lived THE international experience in France, that I had experienced traveling alone and being fearless. Indeed being out of my country for the first time by myself, was it, but getting into the hidden but not that hidden corners of the most representative cultural regions of my country, has been one…

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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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