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10 Necessary Roadway Trips From FSU

Tired of only hitting up the clubs in Tallahassee? Tired of your same old routine of going to class and work? Sick of asking your friends what they want to do this week and they always reply, “I don’t know”? You all might need a break. Check out these 10 spots close enough to FSU…

24 Things to Do in 24 Hours in Copenhagen, Denmark

Copenhagen: one of the happiest cities in the world. No matter how much time you spend here, the activities never end. From taking the arctic plunge to spending your night at a bar full of board games, Copenhagen provides things you can never find anywhere else. So get out a pen and your trip inventory…

24 Things to Do in 24 Hours in Louisville, Kentucky

Many people may overlook Louisville and just write it off as another city, but it actually has a lot to offer. Whether from Kentucky or just visiting you’ll always find something to do. The city has a culture like no other. From the Louisville Slugger Museum to Lucky Cat Café to Heine Brothers, Louisville has…

15 Ways to Travel the World on a Spending Plan

Money-conscious jetsetters, look no further. We know that the cost of travel can really add up for college students. Transportation, food, excursions, entertainment and souvenirs comprise some of the many things factored into travel expenses. Daniel James writes his own travel blog and contributes to numerous travel guides. Gabby Beckford is a Travel Content Creator…

10 Special Travel Blog Sites to Trigger Your Wanderlust

Do you dream of traveling to every continent? Practicing your photography skills on all the world’s landmarks? Exploring and discovering the unknown wonders of the world? Don’t let any hesitations get in your way. Anyone with determination can pursue their love of the world and adventure to new places—no matter your budget or your time…

15 Trip Locations for Adventurous Spirits

In the summer, people flock to the beaches like birds in the winter. But unlike birds, we humans have an innate desire for adventure and exploration. Thankfully, many cities and countries in the world have plenty to offer every type of adventure enthusiast. If you crave tasty cuisine, breathtaking views, outdoor explorations and satisfying shopping,…

Not Your Common Spring Break

Four columns, no roof, and a door barley standing. A man named Angel stood there on the mountain top with no food, power or family. This image has never left my mind since the day I left Puerto Rico. Hurricane Maria touched down on San Juan in the fall of 2017. Then a mission trip…

Culture Checks to Know Prior To Flying Abroad

You prepped your passport and booked your tickets, so now it’s time to mentally prepare for your trip. Going outside the country for the first time can feel exciting and scary at the same time. To calm your nerves, learn about the culture beforehand so you know what to expect. Do people drive on the…

Backpacking Beats Boujee Travel

Crystal blue lakes, dark green mountains and crisp cool air consumed my life for two weeks when I lived in New Zealand for a semester. After jetting off in a tiny plane from the north island to the south island, my friend Alex and I rented a beat up dark blue car and began our…

To America, Weapons are Frightening: Love, a Worried Brit

When I told my friends and family in England that I had been accepted into UCLA for a semester of study abroad, I received the same response from all of them: “You’ll get a lovely tan! Try and get a picture of (insert celebrity name)! Make sure you walk up to the Hollywood sign!” There…

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