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Yvoire, France

FRANCE | Sun, 6 Sep 2015 | By elcastleberry | Views [328]

Last night, as I strolled through Lausanne with Sarina, Craig and Baby Malia, I felt the blissful, sudden on-set of euphoria that always appears shortly after I begin a new adventure. These moments are precious: the early stages of travel when bonds ... Read more >

Tags: castles, ferry, france, freedom, languages

Take the time to learn another language

PANAMA | Thu, 16 Jul 2015 | By grandmasterdara | Views [285]

At the unseasoned age of 22, I am blessed to be traveling to Latin America for my fourth time. Each of my trips has lasted longer than one month, so I am no stranger to the arduous process of adapting to another culture. People in this part of the world ... Read more >

Tags: gringo, languages, latin america

Photos: The Big Field Trip

INDIA | Sat, 22 Nov 2014 | By angelasmirkman | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

Somewhere between being thrown out of the Great Mosque of Uqba in Tunisia and sneaking into the dilapidated communist headquarters in Bulgaria, I began to ask myself what harebrained notion had possessed us to schlep three kids, five backpacks, a guitar, ... Read more >
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Tags: adventure, cooking, home-school, languages, memoir, travel, travel with kids

Yo Hablo Un Pocito Español

SPAIN | Wed, 27 Aug 2014 | By jazzanomadica | Views [1560] | Comments [1]

Two hours after arriving in Madrid I had asked for directions to the bus station and metro, found my hostel, checked in, and had a conversation with two of the staff members there. I had found out where the best places to eat were and been given a list ... Read more >

Tags: europe, languages, madrid, spain

Marionettes: A Prague Nightlife Alternative

CZECH REPUBLIC | Wed, 20 Aug 2014 | By rmckinley | Views [1157] | Comments [1]

Over the course of two hours the “actors” ran into the set, a player went on public strike, and the conductor threw water at us in drunken fits (and I was lucky enough to be directly in the line of fire). Not keen on the typical nightlife ... Read more >

Tags: communication, don giovanni, languages, marionettes, performance, prague, theatre


SWITZERLAND | Sat, 7 Jun 2014 | By ifonlytheycouldseeit | Views [1672]

Exceptions, peculiarities, curiousness and minorities, everywhere on the globe, are also determinants of social development. These essential elements contribute to the progress of Mankind and to the evolution of our understanding. For years, experts ... Read more >

Tags: culture, development, dissonance, geography, group, harmony, languages, mankind, worldwide

Visiting Iguazu and Beyond

BRAZIL | Tue, 30 Apr 2013 | By joannawong | Views [591]

The Iguazu falls were a spectacle to behold from both sides. Unbelievable in every regard - huge, plenty and powerful - perfectly framed with rainbows and butterflies. It was just as you would picture paradise to be. It reminded me so much of my favourite ... Read more >

Tags: animals, argentina, brazil, buses, cities, crossing borders, food, friends, languages, nature

Bohemia & Barranco

PERU | Tue, 9 Apr 2013 | By joannawong | Views [546]

I've arrived in Lima! The guy at the check-in counter in Toronto was kind enough to seat me in an empty middle row and I slept pretty much all of the flight very comfortably. Maybe a little too comfortably because I missed breakfast. :( ... Read more >

Tags: beaches, bohemian, cities, flights, friendly strangers, languages, peru


CANADA | Sat, 23 Mar 2013 | By joannawong | Views [370]

It's been a month since I left sunny Brisbane. I'm currently in the trés cool city of Montréal. I wasn't sure if I liked it on my first day but I blame that on being tired and visiting the touristy area of Vieux-Montréal. I did ... Read more >

Tags: canada, cities, food, home, languages, nights out, sightseeing, snow, winter

27 Lessons Travel has Taught Me

WORLDWIDE | Tue, 10 May 2011 | By OffTheBeatenPath | Views [39114] | Comments [2]

Unpacking my Bags Today is the first time since I left for my trip that I have officially unpacked my bag. I just calculated and if my math is correct that is 296 days. Now granted, I have gone through some times where I have sort of ... Read more >

Tags: backpacking, food, friends, hostels, languages, locals, luggage, new zealand, partying, travel

What is your best tip for learning another language?

WORLDWIDE | Fri, 15 Oct 2010 | By travel-tips | Views [4848] | Comments [4]

We asked the World Nomads travel community on  our Facebook fanpage  what their best tips were for learning a new language while on travelling.  What is your best tip for learning another language?  "Books are important but real life is ... Read more >

Tags: cultural immersion, foreign language, languages, learning, study, travel, travel tips, world nomads language guides

Due to depart soon, but not sure of itinerary or dates..I have my tickets though

TUNISIA | Wed, 30 Dec 2009 | By aussiechick_007 | Views [696]

Once again,  Am set to embark to Tunisie, and I hoped to visit Algerie but I have been plagued.......(well that is an overstatement)...with respiratory problems and am not sure if I am rugged enough to also go to Algerie in Winter as I have planned.... Read more >

Tags: departure date, languages, plan, tatouine, tunisia, uncertainity


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