Blog Entries tagged 'community'
Travel Blogs Entries tagged 'community'
I’m currently sitting in an open plaza or square in the middle of Christiania, a unique community in the northeastern part of Copenhagen. I’m surrounded by people sitting on picnic ben Posted by danza in There and back again | Mar 30, 2014
- New BeginningsSo it seems we’ve been getting worse about keeping up on our blog. Life just happens and all of a sudden it’s been four months already! Well, our life has sure has been a roller coaster, to say Posted by jessp2386 in Searching for the Source | Dec 7, 2013
- How Can We Glorify God?How can we glorify God? This question was raised as part of a sermon this past Sunday at a local church we attended. The pastor mentioned it in a discussion about suffering and why suffering happens in our lives. Obviously Posted by jessp2386 in Searching for the Source | Mar 27, 2013
- Don't Waste Your Hate....We wanted to start this entry off with some partial lyrics from the song, “Manifesto” by Nahko and Medicine for the People. I highly, highly recommend listening to this song.
You can do so at this link:[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qsP2hPVOuZ8|Mani Posted by jessp2386 in Searching for the Source | Mar 4, 2013
- Show Us Your Stats!A recent [[http://www.travellerspoint.com/forum.cfm?thread=93828|question in the forums]] has raised the hot topic of [[http://www.travellerspoint.com/travel-maps.cfm|travel map]] size.
Not usually ones for a travel brag, we thought we would take a qui Posted by KellieBarnes in The Travellerspoint Blog | Feb 5, 2013
- Zhexiong's NeighborhoodThe only thing I can remember from the first night in Guangzhou was what felt like a constant reminder from Skyler that he could not sleep. I drifted in and out of sleep for three hours, and finally had to Posted by suveri in Wuhan You | Jan 20, 2013
- IHP Group: Crewe de View Posted by Fabian1993 in Study Abroad (Spring 2013) | Jan 21, 2013
- 17 Captivating Photos of People Around the WorldThe [[http://www.travellerspoint.com/guide/About:Photo_Competitions/Best_of_2012/|Best of 2012 Photo Competition]] received more than 1100 entries, from which 160 finalists were voted on by five [[http://www.travellerspoint.com/guide/About%3APhoto_Competi Posted by KellieBarnes in The Travellerspoint Blog | Jan 3, 2013
- Travellerspoint's Top 12 Wildlife PhotosTravel and photography go hand-in-hand for most people and the [[http://www.travellerspoint.com/|Travellerspoint community]] is no different. When we put the call out for our [[http://www.travellerspoint.com/guide/About:Photo_Competitions/Best_of_2012/|Be Posted by KellieBarnes in The Travellerspoint Blog | Dec 30, 2012
- The Best Travel Photos of 2012 (http://www.travellerspoint.com/photos/stream/photoID/2088763/features/countries/Myanmar/)
Judge's Prize Winner: A Monk Passer By The U Bein Bridge, [[Myanmar]]. Ph Posted by KellieBarnes in The Travellerspoint Blog | Dec 17, 2012
- My Findhorn ExperienceMy Findhorn Experience.
[i]It has been very difficult to write about my experiences at the Findhorn Foundation. I realised that I was talking to a bunch of knowledgeable people. You, my friends at Findhorn and [I hope] beyond. You know about Posted by takinitezy in Findhorn. | Dec 16, 2012
- Perfect PaiPai
It took days to get here from Labuan Bajo which included a boat trip, 2 flights, 3 days on a train and an afternoon in a minibus. After all this I was seriously hoping Pai would live up to Posted by Vicky Bailey in Vicky and Chloe Bailey World Tour 11/12 | Oct 29, 2012
- The Wild Wild West
I was browsing the Internet when an article popped up on Yahoo. “Mexico: The most dangerous country to visit.” I had recently explored the Mayan Riviera and [b]the only dange Posted by UnMejorHOY in Alternative Travel: Volunteer Projects | Aug 3, 2012
- Back to School- Teaching English at the Secondary School
Over the course of my last few blog’s, I have had a focus on Mexico and my adventures in it. Though Mexico and its many adventures has been an amazing experience, [b]I am also here to vo Posted by UnMejorHOY in Alternative Travel: Volunteer Projects | Jul 30, 2012
- Day 31- Computer Tutoring
One of our June-July volunteers has been keeping a blog about his experience in our computer tutoring program at Casa HOY. He reminds us that even if you plan out activities (or don't) ;) Posted by UnMejorHOY in Alternative Travel: Volunteer Projects | Jul 27, 2012
- What is an "intercambio" at Casa HOY?
For many people in the Spanish speaking study abroad world, “intercambio” means a semester abroad in another country. Literally, the word means “exchange or swap.” For us here Posted by UnMejorHOY in Alternative Travel: Volunteer Projects | Jul 25, 2012
- Welcome to Travellerspoint!One of the best parts about joining a community is feeling part of the community, however, we admit most of our members will not have noticed our latest site feature.
We understand that joining a large and active community like [[http://www.travellersp Posted by KellieBarnes in The Travellerspoint Blog | Jun 3, 2012
- A Compass to Guide You[b]May this compass guide you as you set out toward your shared horizon.
Let the north anchor you, the southern winds fill your sail,
The eastern sun warm you, and the western waters renew you.
Follow your path with hands joined and Posted by UnMejorHOY in Rice and Beans, Alternative Travel | May 2, 2012
- Barhopping in Downtown CuernavacaRecent HOY volunteers have found their favorite places to drink- chic lounges and rooftop terraces. But everyone comes with a different budget, and if martinis poolside isn’t what you had in mind for your participatory trip in Mexico, [b]we’ve got Posted by UnMejorHOY in Alternative Travel: Volunteer Projects | May 1, 2012
- CouchSurfingMy husband and I are starting, hopefully, a project about alternative travel. I’ve begun this blog, Rice and Beans, Alternative Travel, and we’re putting together questions and situations that will help us research this idea of how to travel in Posted by UnMejorHOY in Rice and Beans, Alternative Travel | May 1, 2012
- Balkan Music in MexicoI have to admit, much to the disappointment of many a drunken man, that I really, seriously don’t like dancing salsa. Or cumbia, or banda, or any other rhythm that requires me to move my hips and feet and arms Posted by UnMejorHOY in Alternative Travel: Volunteer Projects | Apr 28, 2012
- Inspiration for Travel“The goal is the path” – Shirley MacLaine. I haven’t written about a book since college. But fortunately I’ve been able to read a ton in the month that I’ve been living at Casa HOY. Gerardo, the director, recommend that Posted by UnMejorHOY in Rice and Beans, Alternative Travel | Apr 28, 2012
- Volunteering with the Salvation ArmyI mentioned in an earlier post that Casa HOY had just started working with the Salvation Army here in Cuernavaca. This month’s volunteers, from England and Australia, have continued their volunteer placement there. Although this placement falls under the Posted by UnMejorHOY in Alternative Travel: Volunteer Projects | Apr 26, 2012
- Hiking Boots for a Not Much Hiking TripThe shoes were the first thing to buy on our list. Luckily for my personality, Cuernavaca, Mexico, the town where I currently live, doesn’t offer much to choose from. There’s a store or two downtown and [b]a few ridiculously overpriced Posted by UnMejorHOY in Rice and Beans, Alternative Travel | Apr 23, 2012
- Making Green SalsaMy Mexican husband always complains about the green salsa on green enchiladas. There's never enough, and it's never spicy enough. In Cuernavaca, you're not likely to get very spicy food (at least in my experience) at popular, touristy restaurants because Posted by UnMejorHOY in Alternative Travel: Volunteer Projects | Apr 21, 2012