At a Glance: Cuba

Country: Cuba Cities Visited: Havana and Trinidad Type of Travel: Solo Travel Language: Spanish Money: CUC and CUP Getting There: By Plane Getting Around: Collective taxi and city buses are the cheapest ways to get around, both in the city and between cities. To get from Miramar to Old Havana it is about 1 CUC […]

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At a Glance: Haiti

Haiti was an amazing experience. I traveled there with an amazing group called Volunteers for Peace. In the three weeks I was there I was able to participate in cultural immersion activities as well as work on a clean water project. While living conditions were very modest, the hosts we stayed with welcomed us into our […]

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At a Glance: Guatemala

Country: Guatemala Cities Visited: Ciudad de Guatemala and Antigua Type of Travel: Solo Travel Language: Spanish and English (though English is not as common, some people will know a few words). Money: Guatemalan quetzal. There are plenty of ATMs around, so don’t worry too much about needing to bring your cash upfront. Getting There: By plane is going to be the best […]

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At a Glance: Cambodia

Cambodia was the very first country I traveled to. I always knew that I wanted to travel the world, but what I didn’t know was that I would dive head-first into the world of humanitarian work and travel to developing nations. When most people think about the first country they want to visit, Europe typically […]

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