Projects Abroad Volunteer Travel Blog
Most travellers don’t experience any trouble whilst off on their adventures, but it is worth knowing the precautions to take before you go, while you are away, and what to do if you lose your passport abroad. This blog will give you a few tips that will help to keep your travels as stress-free as possible.
Programme Advisor Nisha Dhanani has recently returned from a 2 Week trip to Nepal. On this, her first trip to Asia, she spent some time visiting a few Projects Abroad volunteers and also managed to cram in a fair bit of adventure. I caught up with her to find out more.
Projects Abroad Programme Advisor Beth spends most of her time talking to potential volunteers and offering advice on various destinations and voluntary projects. Beth has recently returned from a 2 week trip to South Africa, so I caught up with her to find out what she got up to.
From living the nomadic life to hiking at the ‘end of the world’, in the second instalment of this two-part blog, I share with you my top travel destinations for culture, walks, wildlife and those special places that you never want to leave.
Travelling and volunteering abroad has become one of the most popular things to do in retirement. We’ve put together a list of the best places to travel for culture, food, walks, cities, wildlife, memorable experiences and those special places that you never want to leave.
Bolivia is undoubtedly one of the most breathtakingly beautiful countries on earth and definitely a destination for the more adventurous. When travelling in this country, there are a number of things that should simply not be missed. I have put together a list of my top recommendations for things to do in Bolivia based on my personal experience.
Last night I held a webinar with Craig Ferriman on his 5 tips on how to become a journalist. Craig is the Assistant News Editor at Channel 4 News, but more importantly he is a former Projects Abroad volunteer! We recorded the webinar and now you can watch it here or download a copy.
Bolivia is not exactly renowned for its cuisine, but my experiences of Bolivian food weren’t all that bad. One of the tastiest snacks I tried on my travels was the salteña - a hand-held pasty filled with meat, vegetables and spices, all of which are mixed together in a sort of soup.
Projects Abroad sends hundreds of people to volunteer in Peru every year and many choose to go travelling after their project. Besides Machu Picchu, very few have much in the way of ideas regarding where to go and what to do in Peru. I have put together a list of my top recommendations for things to do in Peru based on my personal experience.
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