6 Ways To Truly Enjoy Berlin

No European tour is complete without a trip to Berlin. This modest yet magnificent metropolis represents the fiery spirit behind the powerful German nation, and the damaged heart of a tragically significant history. Read More

5 Ideas to Guarantee an Epic Summer

The summer is approaching fast… meaning three months of freedom, adventure, and experience outside of the classroom await. The pristine beaches, dramatic mountains, foreign lands, and crazy adventures are consistently calling your name while you sit in the classroom patiently waiting to turn those destined daydreams into a reality. Need some inspiration? Here’s 5 adventurous ideas to spark the creative travel light bulb and help you create the most epic and memorable summer yet. Read More

Twenty in Paris: A Checklist for Your First Week Abroad


No trip would be complete without a checklist and studying abroad is no exception. Your first week abroad is a great time to cross many things off your study abroad check list before the start of classes. Let’s take a look at what you should have on your study abroad check list to be completed your first week abroad.

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Cinque Terre: Portovenere To Levanto and Everything in Between – Infinity

Are you an adventurer? Do you love islands, mountains, caves, beaches, forests, and the sea? Do you want to see some of the most beautiful, diverse landscapes in Italy? Well if you answered yes to any of the above, it’s safe to say you will fall in love with Cinque Terre, Italy located in the northwest, picturesque Ligurian region of the country. Read More

Staying Fit and Keeping Well Abroad


I had been living in Madrid for about three weeks when I started to realize that all of the tapas and cañas had started to take a toll!  I have been called a ‘gym rat’ by more than one person so it was only a matter of time before I went in search of a fitness regimen that would fit well into my new life here in Spain.  Not only does exercising contribute to my physical well-being, it is also a great option for reducing stress (there’s nothing like trying to juggle work, school, and a move across the ocean to raise one’s stress levels!). Read More

Cambodia is my #happyplace

After the demise of the Khmer Empire in the 1400s and the fall of Angkor, Cambodia has not had great luck or prosperity. However, the beautiful and elaborate temples and palaces of years past have survived, much to the delight of travels around the world. Nature has slowly retaken sites like Angkor Wat, seamlessly blending the marvels of nature and humanity. Read More

Traveling With No Money

iStock_000018254025MediumWhen it comes to traveling, some people simply can’t afford it. However, they still want to travel. Who wouldn’t? Traveling to different places is a lot of fun and you can learn about the different cultures. Although you might not have much money or no money at all, you can still travel at no cost or at a much lower cost than you would have thought. There are websites that will help you plan your free or low cost trip around the world or country. Read More