A Great traveler's resource: onebag.com

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / May 28, 2008 /
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Best Learn to Speak Spanish Course Under $100

by Ed Forteau / May 27, 2008 /
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Great Ways to Learn Spanish

by Ed Forteau / May 24, 2008 /
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Money in Asia

by Joel Carillet / May 24, 2008 /
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Money is pretty important, and most places have it. One recent exception: the Khmer Rouge, who brutally ruled Cambodia between 1975 and 1979, outlawed money because they considered it anti-socialist. Given that one in five Cambodians died during their five-year rule on account of starvation, disease, and execution, one can be skeptical that this – or most any other decision the Khmer Rouge made – was a good one. But back to money and other countries…/p>

Learn to Speak Spanish

by Ed Forteau / May 24, 2008 /
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Learning a foreign language and intercultural understanding

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / May 22, 2008 /
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How To Post A Photo


Here at wanderingeducators.com, we're interested in seeing your travel photos! 

Here's how to create a photo album, and upload images to your photo album.

1) On the front page, under Gallery links, click Add Album.

2) You'll get a page called Submit Album.

3) Add the title of your album, i.e., Jessie's Photos.

4) Leave the parent album alone (acidfree albums).

5) Decide if you want others to post to your album.  This is probably not a good idea unless you are uploading photos as a group (i.e., Summer Abroad 2008, London).

SabbaticalHomes.com - Making great sabbaticals happen!

by Bert Maxwell / May 21, 2008 /
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We are always looking for wonderful places to stay, while traveling.

Underwater Sculpture Park - breathtaking beauty and vision

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Some of the most beautiful places on earth are under water. The noise of the world is muted, and you tune into the subtler sounds of the sea. It is a magical, mystical place that I feel very privileged to explore.