4 Free Volunteer Opportunities on a Coffee Farm
October 24, 2012

Maybe you’re a coffee connoisseur who wants to see the origin of the beans you enjoy and learn about the coffee process. Or perhaps you’re looking for the challenge of working on an organic farm. Either way, volunteering on a coffee farm is an exciting and educational experience. Here are four free work exchange opportunities […]

Exploring Hawaii’s Road to Hana
October 19, 2012

Arguably one of the most stunning drives in the world, Hana Highway takes you through tropical rainforests, abundant waterfalls, and cliffside ocean views. The Road to Hana follows the Southeastern coastline, with narrow windy roads, 54 one-lane bridges, and over 600 sharp curves. The 52-mile stretch from Kahului to H?na takes three hours of driving, […]

3 Tips to Travel Greener
October 16, 2012

There’s going to be the inevitable environmental impact from traveling. But here are some tips to help reduce your contribution so that the world remains a beautiful place to go explore. Fuel-efficient means of travel If you have the opportunity to not fly for a longer trek, take a train! Many countries have extensive train […]

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A month after I began studying abroad in Tokyo, it was time for Golden Week. Golden Week is a period during late-April through early-May when several Japanese holidays occur in a short span of time. School was canceled for the week as a result. I didn’t really have any plans when I received an invitation […]

Going Clubbing in Ibiza on the Cheap
September 27, 2012

From the end of May to the beginning of October, Ibiza is a partier’s paradise. With world-renowned DJs playing nightly at elite clubs, it can seem easy to shell out money freely for club entry fees, taxis, and 15€ Jack and Cokes. It’s worth it, right? Quite possibly, but here are some tips to make […]

4 Epic Electronic Outdoor Music Events
September 18, 2012

Booming music, strobing lights, wooden structures on fire. People running around in extravagant costumes or maybe nothing at all. Every year from the middle of spring to the first signs of fall, hundreds of electronic music festivals and happenings occur all over the world. Besides the music, these events promote cultural, environmental, political, and even […]

Shimokitazawa: Tokyo’s hippest neighborhood
September 12, 2012

If you enjoy good espresso, homeware furnishings, antiques, and retro treasures, then you will love it here. Referred to as Japan’s answer to New York’s Lower East Side, Shimokitazawa is considered one of the hippest districts in Tokyo. With the quirky fashion of Harajuku, but far more laid back, it attracts much of the trendsetting […]

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