Tethered Together or Poles Apart? Japan and India: A Cultural Comparison

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Student writer Sukkriti Nath shares her first-hand comparison of Indian and Japanese cultures, tackling food, traditional garb, and more.

Go Small or Go Home: the Museum of Miniatures in Prague

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Exploring the art of Konenko in Prague, from the Lord’s Prayer on a single human hair to camels in a needle’s eye.

Dos and Don’ts for Traveling the Dodecanese Islands

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Our guide to the best sights and must try foods of the Dodecanese Islands – as well as what NOT to do on your trip.

Everything You Need to Know About A Walking Safari in Kenya

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To really experience the nuances of Africa and add a twist to your safari, why not go walking in the bush?

Travel Log – 7 Days in Northern Vietnam

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Spend 7 phenomenal days exploring Ha Noi, Sa Pa, Ha Long, and more on this budget-friendly solo travel tour.

Student Travel To Italy with ACLE – Casa Mia e Casa Tua

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What’s it really like to teach English at an Italian summer camp? Student traveler Maia Schulte gives an insider’s perspective.

Wheels on the Rim: Savoring Sedona, Grand Canyon, & Seligman, AZ

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Go, as soon as is practical, wherever it might be. Don’t put it off until you have to ask yourself why you waited so long.

A Camino for Everyone – How to Choose the Best Route on the Camino de Santiago

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To walk the Camino and make your venture a successful one, you’ll have to choose the right path.

What To Do When Living Abroad Isn’t Rainbows & Roses

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What no one tells you about living abroad: there will be bad days & you’ll get homesick eventually. Here’s how to combat the doldrums.

How I Didn’t Hike the Pico del Teide

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At first, I thought I was going to Tenerife to sunbathe and read. Then I decided to climb a volcano… and nothing went to plan.