Experiential Education: The Good, the Bad & the Ugly

Experiential Education: The Good, the Bad & the Ugly

This is a guest post by Learning Service intern Julia Green, on her experiences of experiential education. Sitting on our homestay’s rooftop, gazing up at the towering snow-covered peaks, as the sun set over the Himalayas. It seems as though nothing could make this...
Volunteering, a No-Assumptions Approach

Volunteering, a No-Assumptions Approach

This is a guest post written by Mandeep Kaur, about what it means to approach a problem with no assumptions. We are all guilty of assuming that a certain community needs a certain kind of help. We look at homeless people and assume that we need to build them homes,...
Slow Travel: The Future of Sustainable Tourism?

Slow Travel: The Future of Sustainable Tourism?

This is a guest post by current gap year traveler Ella Clute. It forms part of our blog series “A New Age of Travel: How to Navigate Travel in a Changing World” which supports our #TravelReset movement. Slow travel is a more thoughtful and ethically-aware way to...
Mental Health and Traveling During a Pandemic

Mental Health and Traveling During a Pandemic

This is a guest post by current gap year traveler Ella Clute. It forms part of our blog series “A New Age of Travel: How to Navigate Travel in a Changing World” which supports our #TravelReset movement. These times of chaos and uncertainty have made us more aware than...
Ethical Travel in a Post-Pandemic World

Ethical Travel in a Post-Pandemic World

This is a guest post by current gap year traveler Ella Clute. It forms part of our blog series “A New Age of Travel: How to Navigate Travel in a Changing World” which supports our #TravelReset movement. The ethics of travel are a long debated topic, even...