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5 Snacks to Pack So You’re Not “Hangry”

Feature - Thursday, 6 November 2014 - 0 Comments

Dark Chocolate Travel Snack

When traveling it is always important to pack snacks with you to feed your cravings. You never know if you will have time to grab dinner, or lunch, or breakfast, before your flight.


A Girl’s Guide to Reverse Culture Shock

Feature, Girl's Guide to Study Abroad - Wednesday, 5 November 2014 - 0 Comments

London Bus Speeding By

Reverse culture shock: that feeling of cultural alienation felt upon returning home from a significant experience in another culture. Reverse culture shock can manifest itself in many ways. For me, it has struck on multiple occasions.


A Day in the Life of a Kalu Yala Business Intern

Feature - Tuesday, 4 November 2014 - 0 Comments

Panama City Skyline

Ever wondered what it would be like to live the life of a business intern with Kalu Yala? Today we bring you a feature that takes you from morning to night, showcasing all the adventures and experiences you’ll have in between.


GoAbroad Reflects on The Melibee Swarm

Feature - Wednesday, 29 October 2014 - 0 Comments

Melibee Swarm Conference

Dissimilar to a typical international education conference, the Swarm emphasized personal development. By focusing on the individual, many activities showcased the power of personal story and experience


A First Night in Seoul: The 5 Senses in Kkachisan

Feature, GoAbroad Contributor - Tuesday, 28 October 2014 - 0 Comments

Kkachisan, Seoul

First impressions are fickle. Memories and impressions change over time, especially when you take the time to get to know a person or place.


I Have to Do What?? 10 Things That Will Surprise You Working Abroad

Feature - Monday, 27 October 2014 - 0 Comments

10 Surprises About Working Abroad

Working in a new culture can bring all kinds of pros, cons, and just quirks to get used to. Read on for a quick look at some of the most surprising details of what working abroad REALLY includes.


Visa Restrictions and Updates in Thailand

Feature, GoAbroad Contributor - Thursday, 23 October 2014 - 0 Comments

Thailand Longboat

All sorts of changes are going on in Thailand at present. Since the unsurprising coup on May 22nd, the new military junta have actually become quite popular for cracking down on a burgeoning litany of vice and lax law enforcement. Everything, it seems, is being cleaned up; from the Phuket…


Finding Balance When Studying Abroad: 5 Tips to Enjoy Life While Managing the Books

Feature, Girl's Guide to Study Abroad - Tuesday, 21 October 2014 - 0 Comments

Finding Balance While Studying Abroad

When studying abroad, all sorts of new travel and cultural opportunities will open up to you. Suddenly you might find it hard to schedule studying around weekend trips, trying new food and hanging out with new friends.


Embrace the Reason for the Season by Volunteering in Africa

Feature, GoAbroad Contributor - Monday, 20 October 2014 - 0 Comments

Wildlife Sanctuary South Africa

What do you think of when you hear the word ‘Christmas’? Gifts and wrapping paper? Tinsel and trees? Snowflakes and reindeer? Family togetherness and great food? The festive season is a magical time but we’d like to argue that spending it in Africa, giving back to local communities and engaging with kids who have very little, will make it even more so.


The Do’s and Don’ts of Dating Abroad

Feature, Staff Post - Wednesday, 15 October 2014 - 0 Comments

Long Distance Relationship

Whether you’re single or committed there are many things to consider about your relationship status once you decide to move abroad. It might be a week long trip to Ghana, a three month summer internship in Italy, a year of teaching English in South Korea, or a complete relocation to be an expat worker abroad, but no matter your travel destination and duration, your significant other, or lack thereof will have an impact on your time abroad.