Read From The Tag

# reflection

Backpacking / Europe / Hosteling / Human Interactions / Living Abroad / North America / Study Abroad / Travel / Travel Tips

David – 20 Years Later – Two Years of Family Travel

separator
Posted on
David Berger

It was more than 20 years ago when my parents called my brother and I into the living room. At the time I was 10 or 11 and I vaguely remember being more than a little confused. We were going to go on an adventure. In my previous post, Reflecting On Two Years of Travelschooling – 20 Years Later, I shared ...

Backpacking / Europe / Hosteling / Human Interactions / Living Abroad / North America / Study Abroad / Travel / Travel Tips

In Their Words – 20 Years Later – Two Years of Family Travel

separator
Posted on

It was more than 20 years ago when my parents called my brother and I into the living room. At the time I was 10 or 11 and I vaguely remember being more than a little confused. We were going to go on an adventure. In my previous post, Reflecting On Two Years of Travelschooling – 20 Years Later, I shared ...

Africa / Asia / Backpacking / Hosteling / Human Interactions / Living Abroad / Travel / Travel Tips

The Human Safari

separator
Posted on
Cambodian Child by Alex Berger

As children, we often assume different roles while re-enacting grand fantasies. All hail to Cesar, riding atop a palanquin, or to the Astronaut floating above the world looking down at it.  The doctor saving lives, or the war photographer documenting the rawness of the human condition and the horrors of society as it fails. Then, we grow up.  We settle ...

Backpacking / Europe / Food / Hosteling / Living Abroad / Scandinavia / Study Abroad / Tips & Tricks / Travel

My First Time At The Roskilde Music Festival

separator
Posted on

I was deep in thought, a conversation about something that seemed relevant at the time raging as my friend and I lugged our heavily-laden backpacks down the road toward our campsite in the B section of Roskilde’s sprawling camping area. So, it was with some surprise that I looked up and realized that the chain link fence to our right ...