Are you one of those people who prides themselves on being able to stomach atomic hot foods? Do you think Tabasco is for beginners? Well, get your taste buds ready—and bring some tissues to the table when eating in India.
There’s packing for a trip. Then there’s packing for an adventure to a Southeast India, to part of a developing yet second most populous country in the world where many current customs and traditions date back to 8,000 BCE. Translation: prepare to be culture shocked (more on how to deal with culture shock). But first, here are some practical things to help ease into the whirlwind of colorful sights, sounds, smells and tastes before you go to India.
If you’ve ever been on holiday, you’ll know that you only ever end up wearing or using about half the stuff you packed – which is infuriating. Unfortunately, the same thing tends to happen when you study abroad and is ten times more frustrating, as you’re travelling for an extended period of time and therefore every single inch of your suitcase is valuable.
Whether you’re backpacking Europe, studying abroad, or flying to California to visit your cousin, you always have one thing with you on every trip – your lifeline, your phone.. That lifeline not only keeps you connected, but it is the most important tool when you are on the go. What you might not know is that there are tons of student travel apps out there to help you to do everything from find cheap flights specifically for students to determining what to pack to staying on budget as you travel. These apps will keep you organized, and informed, to help make your next trip epic . We searched high and low, used up all of our phone space, and found the top travel apps for students that will take your next adventure to a whole new level. Read More
As an American student studying abroad in Australia, I need to be able to handle those 16-hour flights like Beyoncé (minus the private jet). I’ve had my fair share of long flights, so I’ve had plenty of chances to figure out what works and what definitely does NOT (floppy hats are a no-go). Here are my tips to breeze through long flights. Read More
Does the idea of living and working in Ireland set you into an immediate daydream? We know the feeling. But it doesn’t have to be a dream. You can intensify your resume and your work experience with an unforgettable opportunity working abroad in Ireland this year. Not only will you gain work experience, but you get to travel abroad and check another destination off of your bucket list while earning an income and real life perspective by living in a new country. Read More