How To Plan the Perfect Road Trip

A road trip is the perfect way to fit a summer vacation into your schedule. They’re fun, easy, and always full of adventures. Have you never taken a road trip before? Or have you always gone with your family? Don’t worry – with a little planning, you can plan the perfect vacation. (more…)

Top 10 Cities to Visit in Europe

Europe is an amazing place; everyone should make an effort to visit at least one place there in their lifetime. It is also one of the most popular continents to study in for college students. It offers a wide variety of cultures and exotic destinations. For students, it offers easy travel, accommodation, and enough history to span many many lectures. (more…)

5 Places You Need to Surf

Oh no! The summer’s already halfway over, and you’ve yet to do anything more exciting then working your dull summer job and going on late-night McDonald’s runs with your best friend. You need a thrill, something to fully exploit the warm, sunny weather and freedom from academia. (more…)

5 Trips to Take in New England (on a Budget)

Traveling on a budget is no easy task, especially when there can be a multitude of places worth visiting. In New England, a great way to travel from state to state while being able to have plenty of lasting experiences is by journeying along the East coast. Depending on where you’re starting obviously impacts the trip, but let’s assume you’re venturing from south to north, beginning in Connecticut. (more…)


Road Trips 101

Road trips are often a necessary part of moving to college. It’s hard to fly all the necessary things for a dorm room to school, and it can be very expensive to ship many heavy boxes. If you’re going on your own or with parents, it is always important to prepare for a road trip. (more…)

Keeping In Touch With International Friends

One of the best things about studying abroad is that you get to meet people from all over the world. However, after you leave school, it is often hard to keep in contact with all of these wonderful people that you have met. I’ve made friends with students from Germany, Australia, Ireland, Britain, Hungry, and many more. Not to mention all of my friends that are spread out over the United States. Thankfully, the internet makes it easier to connect with International Friends. (more…)

France on the Cheap

Let’s face it. France and cheap aren’t usually words that go together in our minds. It’s more like, France and horrendously expensive and decadent deserts followed by not even bothering to convert from Euros while paying our Louvre entrance. I’m here to tell you that you can do France on the cheap, even Paris! And I’m going to show you how. (more…)