It’s true that nowadays you can get by with English pretty much everywhere. But as soon as you venture into the countryside of a developing country, you might struggle to have interesting conversations. Learning a new language can help you explore a country in a more meaningful way as you can truly get to know people and understand the nuances of the culture.
The more I travel and meet new travelers, the more I realize how much we have in common. If you’re someone who’s constantly on the road, you’ll definitely see yourself in this post!
As a child of the Navy (with half my relatives in the Navy or other armed forces), I spent a lot of my time on bases growing up. When my father was on active duty, our family of five seized the chance to fly Space-A several times.
Some might think that the five stages of grief would apply to flight delay, but it is not so. No, I require fully 20 stages for this rollercoaster of a ride.
Studying abroad during my undergraduate years was definitely one of the highlights of my college career. But no matter where you study, there are some universal realities you’ll discover.
Some people don’t like the idea of budget travel. They think it’s a constant struggle and you don’t have fun. That’s not true! You just have to think twice before spending your money.
We travel the world for many reasons, be it for the culture, the food, or the interesting sites. But if you’re a nature lover and like exploring beyond cities, here are 20 animals you might see in your travels.