Travel Inspiration

Top 5 Locations on my Travel Bucket List

October 20, 2014

Many people have a bucket list and some may even have more than one. I have many as well, but my favorite one is my travel bucket list of places all around the world that I hope to one day visit. Here are my top 5 locations on my travel bucket list: 1. Zip Line […]

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How to Pack Three Months of Your Life Into One Suitcase

October 15, 2014

Have you ever had to sit on a suitcase to try and get it closed? If you’re going on a long trip sometime soon, don’t let this be you. This summer I spent three months in Central America, in both Costa Rica and Nicaragua.  Being a college student, I opted for the cheapest way to […]

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“As a child, my parents didn’t buy me ‘things,’ but spent on experiences, such as travel, that allowed me to grow as a person.” A Travel Chat with an International Business Student

September 25, 2014

Traveler Interview:  Lauren Youngerman   A student at the University of South Florida, Lauren Youngerman is a studying international business with a focus on Spanish and marketing.  She is a member of her school’s sailing team, and also works as a sailing coach at a nearby club. Lauren is an adventure seeker who has had […]

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“In the end, we only regret the chances we didn’t take.” Studying abroad is important to me…A Travel Chat with a Luther College Student

September 19, 2014

Traveler Interview:  Kathryn Johnson A junior at Luther College in Decorah Iowa, Kathryn Johnson studies Spanish in hopes of using her language skills in her future career and life. She is actively involved in a student-organized Spanish group called Hola/Enlaces which educates members about the struggles of immigration, and provides opportunities to volunteer teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) classes to […]

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