Travel Inspiration

“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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Travel Discoveries from around the Web This Weekend

August 10, 2014

Here’s a quick list of travel discoveries we made this weekend from around the web: 1. Our airline experiences do not mesh with the 2014 Rankings of the Best U.S. Airlines compiled by the Airfarewatchdog team. The top eight U.S. carriers were ranked based on their performance in canceled flights, on-time arrivals, mishandled bags, denied boardings, and customer satisfaction—and our favorite two airlines […]

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7 Not-So-Conventional Ways of Traveling Across the Country

July 28, 2014

Everyone is quite familiar with boarding a plane, or driving a car, or perhaps even sailing to their desired destination. But some people may be interested in those other crazy people who make it across the country or ocean in other ways. Ever wonder “How do they do it?” My only answer can be, “They simply […]

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