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"My Tanzania experiences was both challenging and enlightening. The new environment was a huge challenge, but the people and my cultural experiences taught me so much about life and those that the Western world may see as having very limited resources, have so much joy and faith within them, they rise above their circumstances." - Julie Anderson, 34, Tanzania (4 Weeks, Teaching)

"My Tanzania experiences was both challenging and enlightening. The new environment was a huge challenge, but the people and my cultural experiences taught me so much about life and those that the Western world may see as having very limited resources, have so much joy and faith within them, they rise above their circumstances." - Julie Anderson, 34, Tanzania (4 Weeks, Teaching)

Scotland Winter Travel Guide by the Culture Trip

The Best of Culture in Scotland

Flying is the most popular form of longe-distance travel. It’s convenient, fast, and increasingly affordable. And while flying isn’t always the most comfortable experience, there are several steps you can take before, during ans after your flight to make it safer, healthier, and less stressful. Brought to you by Greatist.com.

Plane Travel the Healthy Way Infographic - with bonus Snakes on a Plane references! I wouldn't recommend all of these (too much paranoia of germs is exaggerated!) but some seem like good ideas!

Just used Pixable to discover what I need to see today, before everybody else has it tomorrow!

TRAVEL TO IRELAND 32 Counties of Ireland. Home to craggy cliffs and windswept valleys, to ancient castles and modern cities and roads that unfurl like ribbons, Ireland is uncommonly rich with both natural wonders and manmade attractions.

"I enjoyed being with my students the most. They were the main reason I was in Tanzania and they made my experience unforgettable. I loved seeing them smile and enjoying learning. It was wonderful to see them understand a topic I was teaching and be excited about learning." - Sarah Lucid, 24, Tanzania (10 Weeks, Teaching)

"I enjoyed being with my students the most. They were the main reason I was in Tanzania and they made my experience unforgettable. I loved seeing them smile and enjoying learning. It was wonderful to see them understand a topic I was teaching and be excited about learning." - Sarah Lucid, 24, Tanzania (10 Weeks, Teaching)

"I met some amazing people and made some great friends. My host family was so friendly and accommodating, and by the end of my quest, I felt like I was a member of their family. Also, the fruit is AMAZING!!! I miss it..." - Mallory Coletta, 23, Tanzania (4 Weeks, Education)

"I met some amazing people and made some great friends. My host family was so friendly and accommodating, and by the end of my quest, I felt like I was a member of their family. Also, the fruit is AMAZING!!! I miss it..." - Mallory Coletta, 23, Tanzania (4 Weeks, Education)

“It was amazing. At first I felt like I wasn’t doing a whole lot but then I realized that what I was doing was really what they needed.”   #Tanzania #VolunteerAbroad #MedicalVolunteer

To begin with, can you describe your volunteer work experience? At first I felt like I wasn't doing a whole lot but then I realized that what I

“Living and working in the community of Putubiw truly broadened every idea and value that I hold in the most positive of ways. My nine weeks in Ghana changed my outlook of the world, and I believe that my presence there also enriched the lives of the people with whom I was able to meet. The experience was overwhelming and challenging at moments, which was exactly what allowed the cultural exchange that occurred to affect me in such a deep way.” - Margaret Adams, Tanzania

“Living and working in the community of Putubiw truly broadened every idea and value that I hold in the most positive of ways. My nine weeks in Ghana changed my outlook of the world, and I believe that my presence there also enriched the lives of the people with whom I was able to meet. The experience was overwhelming and challenging at moments, which was exactly what allowed the cultural exchange that occurred to affect me in such a deep way.” - Margaret Adams, Tanzania

I recently read an article about 10 Snapshots You Should Keep In Your Smartphone’s Photo Album that I thought was pretty interesting. But what was fascinating was all the OTHER great ideas I got for using my phone’s camera from the comments! I spent all afternoon reading and digesting them all and decided I would …

50 Brilliant Ways To Use The Camera In Your Smartphone

Screen time limits for parents. Parents are the ones who need limits on screen time - The Washington Post

"I just like to smile, smiling's my favorite" - Buddy (Elf) || Thanks to Olivia Morgan for sharing this adorable picture from her time #volunteering in #Tanzania. #teamUP #NationalVolunteerMonth

"I just like to smile, smiling's my favorite" - Buddy (Elf)

How My Volunteer Work Changed Me | Volunteer Abroad News

How My Volunteer Work Changed Me

How My Volunteer Work Changed Me | Volunteer Abroad News

Meet Andrew Emery, a student at the University of New England. Andrew volunteered with us in Ecuador on a healthcare Quest. Thanks for your hard work, Andrew. || #teamUP #nationalvolunteermonth #volunteerabroad ||

Meet Andrew Emery, a student at the University of New England. Andrew volunteered with us in Ecuador on a healthcare Quest. Thanks for your hard work, Andrew.

"Tanzanian people are among the nicest people I have ever met." - Garrett Robson in #Tanzania.   #Volunteer #VolunteerAbroad #Travel #VolunteerAfrica

"Tanzanian people are among the nicest people I have ever met." - Garrett Robson in

Ghana

Projects Abroad website has an international volunteer opp for everyone. Wish I'd known about this site years ago!

Cross-Cultural Solutions volunteer program in Bagamoyo, Tanzania is now open for summer enrollment!

Cross-Cultural Solutions volunteer program in Bagamoyo, Tanzania is now open for summer enrollment!

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