With a surprising mix of Eastern and Western cultures, Macau could be the holiday destination you’ve been dreaming of. Having been a Portuguese territory for over 400 years, the city boasts amazing architecture, culinary delights and great nightlife – all of which is steeped in history.
These days, more and more students are traveling internationally to develop their intercultural fluency. Travel provides an opportunity for self-discovery, allowing for intellectual and spiritual growth through cross-cultural connection.
The list of things to see and do in Australia goes on and on, but every trip should include a sampling of both city life and outdoor adventure.
Located 277 kilometres southwest of Perth, Margaret River is a gem waiting to be uncovered in the sands of Western Australia.
I’m always slightly embarrassed to admit that I never quite got the hang of skiing, despite spending hundreds of hours on the slopes. Some people think it’s a waste that I was there a whole year and am not on my way to the Olympics.
A place where you can visit year-round is a place where you can avoid the tourism rush or enjoy the rush if you want. New York offers exactly that. No matter which season you choose to visit New York, you are bound to enjoy the city.
Belfast is a city with a rich history and a turbulent political past with tensions still existing to this day. All of this has contributed to a thriving art scene and today the city is experiencing a rebirth becoming a hub for culture, technology and innovation all while never forgetting its past. Here are 6 must sees that are sure to make your visit one to remember.
Setbacks when abroad do happen, no matter how well we prepare for them. Even after making photocopies of our main documents, backups of all our computer files, and carefully reading travel advisory reports, troubles can still take us by surprise.
Travel is so much more than just ticking off your bucket list. Learn how travel can enrich your life and make you a new person in the process.
As the late cultural chef, Anthony Bourdain, advised, “Don’t be afraid of random acts of hospitality… be open, without judgement or fear. Walk in their shoes, or at least eat their food. It’s a plus for everybody.”