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Being broke college students, we opted for the cheapest travel and accommodations we could find. For the most part, it worked out well for us. However, what we didn’t realize when we were planning our trip, or even as we were venturing from one Lao city to another, is that in Laos, it is really impractical to use any other method of transportation over flying
Hamjambo, Pink Pangea readers. Nadine again. Or, Nadine tena, I should say. Slowly but surely, my Swahili vocabulary is expanding. Anyways, school is out for a holiday this week and I’m relieved of my teaching duties in Kakamega
Train travel is almost always the cheapest and most convenient way to travel throughout China. With China’s extensive train network, travelers can span long distances for a fraction of the cost of a plane ticket. Well, most of the time
After a long, hectic year of busy life, you must be craving a well-deserved holiday break this summer in countries like France, Belgium, Italy or anywhere around the world. Being a female traveller, you have to take lot more precautions than your male counterparts
For those unfamiliar with Buenos Aires, the “subte,” short for “subterraneo” is the metro system in the capital federal. After two months of riding the subte on a daily basis, I have gathered some tips, observations, and explanations for future Buenos Aires visitors