Teen shares how traveling the world has taught her lessons in American privilege and how travel has made her a more patriotic, grateful American.
Although I’ve never lived in a war-torn country, feared an oppressive government, suffered religious persecution, or fled genocide, I HAVE actually been detained in immigration and deported from a foreign country. I wouldn’t wish that experience on anyone, but it has given me a unique perspective on the current immigration debate.
World-schooler creates trivia quiz proving that travel IS the greatest teacher. Take the quiz and see how you do! If you fail then it’s time to book a trip.
Why you should add attending a Balinese cremation ceremony to your bucket list. Learn about their fascinating life, death, and reincarnation beliefs and customs.
One of the best parts of having a baby is getting to choose the name, right? Not in Bali! Learn about Bali’s special baby-naming system and caste system.
Who were the original inhabitants of New Zealand? Hint: They weren’t Kiwis. Learn about the Maori people.
For an authentic Buddhist experience, be sure to visit the Trúc Lâm Temple and Monastery in Da Lat, Vietnam. Or read this How To Guide written by a 7th grader.
Need a good reason to visit Thailand? Here are 5 reasons why Thailand should definitely be on your family’s bucket list.
12 year old American girl explains the East vs. West cultural differences, and offers advice and tips for what to expect when visiting Asia for the first time.
We walked along Jalan Alor on a Friday night soaking it all in–the smells, the…