We’ve told you how much we LOVE receiving postcards. We have been known to give out shirts, luggage tags, shout-outs on our blog for thinking of us on your journeys. Sometimes we’ll even crown you our Tripper of the Week! Like our Irish friend, Anthony, hailing from London, England.
Meet Sian O’Hara, Norwegian freelance journalist currently traveling around the world. In this interview, she speaks with us about her recent experiences exploring Central Asia. Your last name is O’Hara, but you grew up in Norway, correct? I was born to a Norwegian mother and British father in Norway. My name creates a […]
As someone who avoids the cold at all costs, I am fascinated not only by travelers who brave the negative degree weather, but especially those who actually seek it out and know how to efficiently and comfortably pack for such ventures. My interest was sparked today when my multiple daydreams collided. My constant stream of […]
Happy Santa Lucia Day Trippers! It is holiday season all over the world and our gift to you this week is the beautiful must-see country of Sweden, courtesy of Helena Wahlman and The Swedish Photo Blog.
Meet Tripper Virginia Lopez, a world traveler passionate about educating abroad. Please read her interview below about the TEFL program and how it has impacted her life. We hear you’re a TEFL teacher. Can you tell us what TEFL is? TEFL stands for Teaching English as a Foreign Language. TEFL teachers travel to countries where […]
It makes our day when we receive postcards from Trippers. We are starting to have quite a collection! Thank you for sending them our way and keeping us posted on your travels. Here is one of our latest gifts in the mail from Mike and the beautiful country of Vietnam.
Although no one tracks the exact figures as far as the number of American students who elect to take a gap year (a year taken between secondary school and university during which students work, intern, volunteer and/or travel), there is evidence the gap year experience is becoming increasingly popular among American students.pagebreak
I don’t remember much about my 8th grade Spanish class, but I do have a distinct memory of my first day. I remember being upset that my assigned seat was across the room from my best friend. However, this disappointment was disrupted when I found myself beside a poster of what seemed to be […]