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    • 1.

      South African Travel: From Backcountry to Metropolis

      by Temp - 2006-12-24
      South Africa has so much variety to offer visitors that it is difficult to define in a few words. One can travel from isolated bushveldt to cosmopolitan city in a few hours. A safari can be followed b...
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      Learn the Exotic from the Exotic: Summer Study Abroad Programs

      by Darlene Berkel - 2007-01-29
      Summer study abroad programs can range from learning about physiological ecology in the Galapagos Islands to learning Spanish in Peru. With all the programs available it can be hard choosing just one,...
    • 3.

      An Overview of Studying Abroad

      by Darlene Berkel - 2007-02-02
      Studying abroad can be done by any age of student whether they need college credit for the classes attended or not. The act of studying abroad itself is when a student pursues an education in a foreig...
    • 4.

      Challenge Yourself - Travel Alone

      by Tony P - 2007-02-16
      It was my first real trip anywhere. I had been a homeboy all of my life living on the west coast of the United States. In fact, I had never been east of Utah.I grew up in Seattle all of my life and fo...
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      The Difference Between Finding a Cheap Domestic versus a Cheap International Airfare

      by Kai - 2007-04-02
      While US domestic airfare is a lot more volatile (i.e. prices change a lot more frequently) the price difference between major travel sites such as Orbitz, Travelocity, Expedia, and the airlines si...
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      Student Travel: Making The Trip!

      by Mark Hammond - 2007-04-20
      When it comes to college travel, most college students know how to make a trip as cheap as possible. However, there are plenty of things to keep in mind as far as traveling cross country for merely ni...
    • 7.

      Getting A Tour Guide For Student Travel

      by Vickie Dodson - 2007-06-29
      Whether you are a student group traveling for educational purposes or an adult group traveling for leisure, consider including a local licensed guide in your trips budget. The knowledge that a guide c...
    • 8.

      Choosing The Right Student Travel Company

      by Jim Rider - 2007-06-29
      Several years ago I was teaching science at a school in Indiana. Our school was going through a transition to a new principal and it was good news. Our new principal (Ralph Walker) was a very progress...
    • 9.

      Lodging With Student Groups

      by Jim Rider - 2007-07-03
      Several years ago I traveled with a group of 30 students from central Indiana to Orlando, Florida. It was a great trip, but a few things caused me a real headache. If I knew then what I am sharing now...
    • 10.

      The Secret To Travel Bargains: Part 1

      by Jessica Kliethermes - 2007-07-12
      Friends and family often ask me how to get the best deals on their travel. People think that because I am in the travel industry I have some secret password or handshake that I use to acquire the "dea...