GoAbroad Weekly Digest: Saturday, 17 November 2012

Here’s what we featured on the GoAbroad blog this past week:

  • Blog of the Week: The Barefoot Nomad
    It’s Friday — and time for GoAbroad’s Blog of the Week! This week’s selection is: The Barefoot Nomad The Barefoot Nomad is the creation of travel bloggers Charles and Micki, and initially started as a way to journal their adventures traveling the world. Since then, they have been to numerous locations around the globe (with […]
  • GoAbroad Travel Promos: November 2012
    It’s time for the GoAbroad Travel Promos! Every month on the GoAbroad Blog, we share resources and information about all the great travel promotions, giveaways and contests occurring in the travel and international education fields. This month’s selections are: 1.  National Geographic Photo Contest If you’re an aspiring travel photographer, this contest is not one […]
  • GoMedia Offering Free Social Media Consulting!
    Are you a volunteer NGO looking to amp up your social media presence? Now is your chance! The team at GoMedia, a division of GoAbroad.com, is thrilled to announce the launch a new initiative that we like to call “Responsibly Social!” GoAbroad as a whole prides itself on maintaining social responsibility through various efforts, most notably the […]
  • A Basic Guide to Passing Airport Security
    Going through airport security can be one of the most stressful parts of traveling if you don’t know what you’re doing. Even if you do travel often, being rushed through a long line while hoping no one will need to rummage through your personal belongings isn’t exactly relaxing. In order to make this process as […]
  • GoAbroad Weekly Digest: Saturday, 10 November 2012
    Here’s what we featured on the GoAbroad blog this past week: Granada, Spain: Go Here, Do This Today’s Featured Contributor is Brian Drury, a 22-year-old who has studied abroad in Granada, Spain and has traveled to several other countries, including Portugal and Costa Rica. In his post, Brian gives an insiders perspective on traveling to […]


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