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Blog from Harvey G
My advice to anyone considering a gap year would be: Do Carpe Diem. There are so many reasons, but here are a few ones that come… Read More
Post by Hollyn H
Wildtraks, in Sarteneja, Belize, was the perfect placement for me. I can’t believe that it’s almost over but I guess time flies when you’re having fun.… Read More
I tossed my backpacking backpack in the back of a large van filled with people from around the world. I hopped in and greeted everyone before the four hour journey… Read More
Well folks, my time in Australia is coming to a close this week. I have had some really amazing highs and I have also had some lows. This gap year… Read More
Why do I have the deepest connections with strangers? Maybe because you are allowed to be 100% vulnerable, nothing really matters when you only meet someone one time.
I wonder… Read More
Blog by Paiton Marshall
I was sitting in a circle with eleven strangers on the spiky grass outside a hostel that was a deeper hue of orange than the dusty… Read More
I wake up to these sounds that I am only able to recognize as the animals of the forest because I have heard them every day for the past 2… Read More
Greetings from the bustling city of Marrakesh, Morocco which is the amazing city that I have been able to call home over the past two months, and will continue to… Read More
Blog and photos from Matthew C
Hello from Ometepe, Nicaragua!
I’ve spent the last 2 months or so here on Ometepe island in Lake Nicaragua volunteering at Project Bona Fide,… Read More
Blog and photos from Jada Smith
Greetings from Yogendra!
If someone told me a year ago I’d be living at a yoga ashram in the middle of Colombia at this… Read More
How many people do you know have been to Madagascar? Me, I’ve only ever met one person, a well traveled man whom i greatly respect and admire.
“What do you… Read More
The first thing that hit me as I stepped outside the airport in Accra, Ghana was the intense heat that is West Africa. Within minutes my clothes were soaked with… Read More
Blog from Tyler C
Writing this hiding from the heat that’s only getting warmer as the days go on. The rainy season on Koh Tao is over and the dry… Read More
I couldn’t have made a better choice than to come to New Zealand for the second semester of my latitudes year. The past seven weeks here in the Tasman Region… Read More
Blog and photos from Anna Rapson
7 weeks ago, I arrived in Yarra Junction, a little bit confused and extremely exhausted. My host was nowhere to be seen, and after… Read More
Ashram life is breathtaking, unusual and full of energy! Cali, Colombia is a beautiful city with lots to do so you will never get bored here. I arrived at Yogendra… Read More
7 marzo, 2017
I write this sitting in a friend’s living room, listening to the rain beat some ancient rhythm outside as it has been for the past few days.… Read More
When you hear about other people’s travels, it usually only includes the glamorous, exciting sides. A lot of people like to leave out the parts that are immensely challenging and… Read More
Blog from Dani G.
Hello all! Dani here, checking in from the small island paradise of Koh Tao in the south of Thailand. The last several weeks have flown by.… Read More