Nat'l Geographic Glimpse Seeking Correspondents

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Oct 03, 2008 / 0 comments


 We've posted here about National Geographic Glimpse's Correspondents Program. Here's a new Call for Applicants. Good luck!


National Geographic Glimpse is a new multimedia platform devoted to exploring real life abroad. Glimpse features great stories by young Americans living overseas and navigating new cultures. The Correspondents Program is an opportunity for especially talented young storytellers who will be living abroad in Spring 2009.

Glimpse Correspondents:

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Hidden Treasures: Remembering Norman Rockwell in Vietnam




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NFT Travel Guides: Q, Pickles, and Open Houses

One of our travel guides partners, Not For Tourists, has several unique offerings on their website this week. Check out the following highlights...


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Book Review of the Week: Fodor's Japan, 18th Edition

As anyone who has been to Japan can attest, the country is packed full of great things to see, interesting history, and fascinating people. I've lived in Japan twice, and think I could live there the rest of my life and still not experience everything I want to. 

Luckily, we live in the age of information - websites galore, as well as travel guides researched by people in the know.  I've recently read a fantastic guidebook of Japan, and wanted to share it with our Wandering Educators.

Michigan's Small Town Treasures: The Port Huron Museum

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Oct 01, 2008 / 0 comments

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October Artist of the Month: Ludolf Grolle

Our October Artist of the Month is a friend of mine, Ludolf Grolle.  We are

YOTEL's new Schiphol location

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Sep 30, 2008 / 0 comments

Book Review: Cola's Journey

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Sep 30, 2008 / 1 comments

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Michelangelo's Italy

One of the best parts of traveling is learning about the history, culture, people, and food of the places you are visiting! If you have a teacher - be it an expert, a local, or others - you'll have so much more fun visiting.  Earlier this year, I found such a guide.

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We have 6 year old daughter, and love traveling with her. However, as fun as it is to travel with kids, it is also challenging  - keeping them entertained, finding cool things to do and learn about, and more. Luckily, I've found a fantastic website,, that helps with all of the above!