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Are You Smarter Than a Third Grader?

JAPAN | Thursday, 11 Feb 2016 | By kakimono | Views [12]

Friday, we met up at the train station at 7:40 to go to the elementary school. In a shocking change of events, everyone who lived in the same apartment all left at the same time and arrived in a group at the train station when we were supposed to.  ... Read more >

Tags: animals, classes, elementary school, library, proverbs, swimming, windows

Caribou Guts and a Whale for Dinner

CANADA | Thursday, 11 Feb 2016 | By jette_for_wildernessinternational | Views [7]

Upon my arrival in Inuvik I walked straight into my first culture shock - we had caribou for dinner! But not with spices and veggies in a hamburger or a stew, no. First, Gwich'in hunter William proudly presented me his fresh trophies raw, bloody and ... Read more >

My favorite author is Milan Kundera. No, Kazuo Ishiguro! No, Milan Kundera!

JAPAN | Wednesday, 10 Feb 2016 | By kakimono | Views [15]

On Thursday, we had a kanji test. Now, here’s the thing that’s probably going to screw me over in another few weeks: I have not yet had to study for any of the grammar, kanji, or vocabulary quizzes. I have opened up a book, glanced through ... Read more >

Tags: hats, japanese, kundera, literature, photos, studying, suicide

Top Tourist Attractions in Aberdeen

UNITED KINGDOM | Wednesday, 10 Feb 2016 | By jhonw684 | Views [8]

After a beautiful Scottish weekend break? Booking a flight to Aberdeen wasting no time will be the right thing to do. From a choice of some of the major UK airports, you can be in the air in no time on your way to Scotland’s third most populous ... Read more >

Tags: aberdeen flights, aberdeen tourist attractions

Re-Integration - The follow up

USA | Wednesday, 10 Feb 2016 | By lhartleyiii | Views [54]

Now that I've been back in the U.S. for over a month, I have been able to reflect on most of what happened during my trip.  There are so many People, Places, Foods, Activities, and Memories for me to look back on and smile about whenever I want, ... Read more >

Tags: be happy, home, se asia, world travels

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INDIA | Wednesday, 10 Feb 2016 | By davidford | Photo Gallery

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Vienna - An Ideal Short City Break Destination

INDIA | Tuesday, 9 Feb 2016 | By mydreamtrip | Views [49]

Vienna is blessed with everything that makes it one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Book a flight to Vienna from the UK and take an immense pride for being a spectator to all those wonderful sights the Austrian capital has been known for.... Read more >

Tags: cheap flights to vienna, compare flights to vienna, flights to vienna from london

This should go without saying, but try to stay away from demons

JAPAN | Tuesday, 9 Feb 2016 | By kakimono | Views [22]

Wednesday was Setsubon, a day in Japan associated with demons. Specifically, a day associated with avoiding demons through eating or throwing beans. Since I hadn't gone to the Super before class on 3 February, the first indication I got ... Read more >

Tags: demons, japanese, math, pizza, sushi

Getting started

VIETNAM | Tuesday, 9 Feb 2016 | By underthewire | Views [36]

I know everybody has different ways of getting started on their travels and here's how we did it.  I'll have to start back in Jan 2011 I found out I had a Glomus Jugular Tumour. Little did I know my life was about to change forever. Within a ... Read more >

Tags: brain tumour, breast cancer, glomus jugular tumour, hearing loss, paralyzed, radiation

Day 14 v2: Brain Pop!

NICARAGUA | Tuesday, 9 Feb 2016 | By excellentadventure | Views [6]

Vinyasa with Cher. Found a book shop in town so we got some whiteboard markers for Cony and Martin (Para ti - for you). Will stock up with books and pencils before going to Cuba. Off to school, lots on sentence structure - verbs and nouns SO MANY ... Read more >