Tag Result For: Travel Planning

  • Kaden
  • Kansas State University
  • 2016 Summer

Hostel (No, Not the Movie): What to Look for When Booking a Hostel for Travel in Europe 05/27/16

I was nervous about several things before my study abroad experience, but the main thing was staying in my first hostel.  Hostels are places that offer inexpensive food and lodging for travelers and are the main form of lodging for students traveling in Europe.  I heard from people who have seen the Hostel movie trilogy […]

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  • Alicia
  • Western Michigan University
  • 2016 Spring

The Study Abroad Halfway Point: Bring on the Grunge 03/08/16

I was reminded that study abroad is not all fun and games this week as midterms have arrived. 4 presentations- 2 long and 2 short – and a good old fashioned exam to finish off this Friday (and my schedule is by no means the hardest!). So what am I doing with all of my free time? Why, […]

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  • Kevin
  • Clemson University
  • 2016 Spring

Steps for Planning a European Trip for Dummies (from One Dummy to Another) 02/10/16

I have been in Europe for almost a month now which is so weird to say because I feel like I just got here yesterday, but since I have gotten here I have been on a few trips and I think they have all been pretty successful. However I am by no means an expert, […]

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  • Mikaela
  • University of Minnesota
  • 2016 Spring

Travel Planning 101: Sticking to Your Budget 02/03/16

I have gone $300 over budget on travel so far. Well actually, I never made a budget, but I know I spent way too much on flights and hostels. It is extremely easy to pay double for travel expenses and now I have learned my lesson. Here is my mistake that I hope you can […]

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  • Connery
  • Western Michigan University
  • 2015 Fall

Thinking Outside the Box: How to Stay in Europe Over the 90-Day Visa Limit LEGALLY 11/18/15

So by now you’ve started planning your time in Europe, places to go, things to see, food to eat, but surprise! You have only 90 days in the Schengen area (which is most of Europe) without a visa. You might be thinking “oh I can just get one” but it’s unfortunately not that simple or […]

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  • Kayla
  • University of Kansas
  • 2015 Summer

How to Make the Most of Your Travel Weekends Abroad 06/09/15

There are many reasons that a person decides to study abroad but one common one is to have the opportunity to travel and see new places. When I was determining if I wanted to participate in the CIMBA summer program, one factor that made me nervous was the length of the program (it’s only four […]

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