#StudyAbroadBecause A Globally Minded World is a Peaceful World

by Dacey Loving / Oct 20, 2017 /
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#StudyAbroadBecause A Globally Minded World is a Peaceful World
 
At a hostel, in the ballroom, with a room full of the most influential travel bloggers in today’s technological world. What can we accomplish? 
 

Change.

 

Africa Overland Tours: What You Need to Know

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If you’ve always wanted to go on safari to Africa, you’ve probably been dreaming of it for ages. But there’s an expanded version of the safari, called an overland tour. This is really something interesting, intriguing, and well worth experiencing. 

Africa Overland Tours: What You Need to Know

6 Delicious Culinary Day Trips from Amsterdam

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The Netherlands is known for many delicious things, such as cheese, stroopwafels, bitterballen, chocolate sprinkles on toast (!!), beer… the list goes on. Food discoveries and inventions in this country include staples such as gin, orange carrots, and cocoa powder. If you’re planning a trip to the Netherlands, and are looking for culinary delights, here are 6 day trips from Amsterdam to satisfy your foodie side.

Sabbatical Homes Listings: France

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Title: 86m² apartment, available January 1st
Location: Paris, France
Date Posted: Nov. 7, 2017
Direct Link: http://www.AcademicHomes.com/view_home/12388
Summary: 
2nd floor in a 9-storey building with elevator built in 1960 
86 m² flat with a living room and 2 bedrooms (1 with 2 single beds, 1 with a queen size bed) 
1 bathroom with a shower, 1 kitchen, 1 living room with 1 dining table for 4-8 and 2 desks 
Outfitt...

Music of Ireland: new ideas, old traditions

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The varieties and traditions of music in Ireland run long and deep. Musicians who draw on the heritage and history of music in Ireland for their ideas find as many different ways to take those things forward as they do to connect them with the past.

Music of Ireland: new ideas, old traditions

Geography of Hope: Music of Immigration and Refugees

by Kerry Dexter / Oct 17, 2017 /
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Autumn comes with harvest time, with gathering in, with thinking of home and sharing. There are people who may not be doing that this season. There are -- through the past and in the present time -- people who are immigrants or refugees by circumstances they control and ones they don't. Perhaps you know some of these people; perhaps immigration stories are embedded in your family history. Maybe not -- maybe you've seen images or read history books.

Aosta: The Alpine Rome - A Travel Guide

Aosta, the Rome of the Alps, lies some one hundred and ten kilometres north-northwest of Turin and is the principal town of the Valle d'Aosta. Surrounded by mountains, Grand Combin and Mont Vélan to the north, Becca di Nona and Monte Emilius to the south and Testa del Ruitor to the west.

Aosta: The Alpine Rome - A Travel Guide

Photographer of the Month: Dan Price

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / Oct 16, 2017 /
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Dan Price is a Midwest-based freelance photographer whose aim is to capture the mood of a given moment.  

He got his start when a doctor prescribed daily walks as a part of his treatment in battling Lyme disease. Shooting surroundings that he was presented, like his backyard or a nearby field, became an important part of his recovery.  

Florida Culture for the Week of October 15, 2017 By Josh Garrick

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Florida Culture for the Week of October 15, 2017 By Josh Garrick 

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