here’s a saying amongst travellers that if you want to get to know the locals, get to know their beer first. Beer is the third most popular beverage in the world, beaten only by tea and water. With this in mind, a great idea when traveling abroad is to work your way around some of […]
Our top 10 picks for off-the-beaten path travel in 2011.
Though it was an unnecessary feeling, I sometimes felt isolated as a Jew in Europe.
I have to be honest: sometimes, I remained silent, grinning internally at my students’ expense.
I found justification for ditching the lesson plans for long chats.
Yes, you obviously need to accept some courses – but you don’t need them all.
Thoughts on money for the budget-minded When it comes to travel, there are two things you can count on: (1) you’ll always find a cheaper exchange rate after you’ve traded your money, and (2) you’ll always go over budget. I don’t mean to be negative, but these are the Murphy’s Laws of travel. Yes, there are more, but […]
I purposely bought a small backpack to help limit me in what I brought on the trip.