#StudyAbroadBecause it will open your world in ways you never thought possible

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Addie Gray is a second-year student studying Social Anthropology at the University of St Andrews in St Andrews, Scotland. She runs a travel blog at www.addieabroad.com, where she documents her experiences going to university abroad, shares her travel adventures, and gives advice to others who are hoping to study abroad.

5 experiences you should have as a first-time visitor to Sydney

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The idea of being in a new city is exciting. You get to learn new things, interact with new people, and see different ways of life. People travel to have new experiences and create great memories. Australia is known to be a multicultural nation, which means that it has people of different nationalities either visiting or living there.

5 Incredible Places to Learn Pottery in India

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A magnificent blend of vivid concepts, beautiful designs, and intricate execution, pottery has always been a significant part of Indian culture. With experts molding clay and creating utility items, deities of worship, sculptures, or toys, the list of items is long. Across India, there are a number of places popular for their remarkable potter products. If pottery interests you and you wish to learn or explore this activity, then read on and discover the top spots in India where you can gain a new learning experience. 

Music: A Path to Community and Connection

by Kerry Dexter / Mar 19, 2018 /
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Maybe you have offered a hand to steady someone -- friend or stranger -- on an icy sidewalk.

Perhaps you've been the person who accepted that assistance.

There are surely times when you've confided in a friend, secure in the knowledge that what you talked of would be kept between the two of you. Could be you are the friend who has respected that confidence.

These and many other large and small acts are acts of trust. 

Aurora Magic over Vesterålen, Northern Norway

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Aurora Magic, over Vesterålen, Northern Norway, March 2018. With shutterspeed under 1 sec, to 5 sec, at iso 2500 and aperture at f/2.8.

Aurora Magic over Vesterålen, Northern Norway. Photographer Benny Høynes

Aurora Magic over Vesterålen, Northern Norway. Photographer Benny Høynes

A Journey into Ireland's Literary Revival

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I am very pleased to present one of my very favorite books I've read this year, written by our very own Literary Travel Editor, Robert Todd Felton.  His book, A Journey into Ireland's Literary Revival, published by Roaring Forties Press, is an intriguing read.

Florida Culture for the Week of March 17, 2018 By Josh Garrick

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Florida Culture for the Week of March 17, 2018 By Josh Garrick 

Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way: Voices of Donegal and Derry

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The Wild Atlantic Way: it’s a connection of roads which invites travel along the west of Ireland, from the western part of County Cork far in the south to Ireland’s far northwest in Donegal and Derry.

Donegal and Derry: two counties, two countries. Donegal lies in the Republic of Ireland: Derry lies in Northern Ireland.

Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way: Voices of Donegal and Derry

History Comes Alive in Tucson

by Sandy Bornstein / Mar 17, 2018 /

Like other travelers, I selected Tucson for its geographical location. I wanted to embrace a dude ranch experience, and also sip margaritas while munching on southwestern guacamole as the sky became a canvas at sunset. I was looking for a laid back vacation that weaved together the accoutrements of a desert environment while simultaneously enjoying Mother Nature’s handiwork. If you don’t enjoy riding horseback through the arid desert, then skip the dude ranch and settle instead for one of Tucson’s full service resorts or city hotels.

De la Renta's legacy of grace and elegance lives on

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If you want to immerse yourself in the world of haute couture during Spring Break, Houston is the place to visit.  After several weeks of drawing crowds of fashionistas from across Texas, “The Glamour and Romance of Oscar de la Renta” exhibition will close Sunday at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
 

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