What Travel Does For You

“Traveling – it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.” – Ibn Battuta, 14th century Muslim traveler. Learn more about him. (Hat tip, Charlotte McPherson.)

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Thinking of Living and Working Abroad? Here’s Our Story, And Some Things to Consider

Aspiration When American Economy Collapsed, We Found Jobs Abroad Fantastic Alternative to Underemployment Seeing the World and Somebody Else Pays Intimidated By Saudi Stereotypes Venturing Outside Comfort Zone Know Your Limits What Are You Running Away From? Jobs of Expat Friends Can a Trailing Spouse and Children Find Happiness Abroad Too? Fear, Disorientation and Sheer... Continue Reading →

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Americans As Innocents Abroad Is a Recurring Theme

"We cannot play innocents abroad in a world that is not innocent." -- Ronald Reagan, State of the Union, February 6, 1985. Context. Book Revew: Culture Shock: Innocents Abroad. American Teachers in the American Century. Innocents Abroad—no, not the one by Mark Twain—shows that Peace Corps volunteers, missionary teachers, and even Teddy Roosevelt's imperialists in the... Continue Reading →

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