Posts Tagged ‘home stays’

Cheap Sleeping! Couch Surfing, AirBnB and Crash Padding As You Travel

Cheap Sleeping! Couch Surfing, AirBnB and Crash Padding As You Travel
by Adrienne Supino Special to Lost Girls World I love to travel, but as a young professional in an entry-level job I’m not exactly flying first class and chilling at trendy hotel bars while I wait to check into my deluxe penthouse suite! Fortunately for me and most travelers on a budget, there...
June 23rd, 2010 | Budget Travel, Featured, Staying There, Websites and Blogs | Read More

Peace Corp Travel: Bananas by the Bunch

Peace Corp Travel: Bananas by the Bunch
by Robyn Correll LG Peace Corps Correspondent When I joined the Peace Corps in September of 2008, bananas weren’t in my game plan. I mean, I liked bananas. They’re tasty and go well with my raisin bran. But I never thought they’d actually have any significance in my life as a health...
December 21st, 2009 | Food & Wine, Peru, Volunteering & Giving Back | Read More

Lost in Africa: Morocco Culture

Lost in Africa: Morocco Culture
By Molly Gallagher LG International Correspondent When I arrived to Morocco I had no idea what to expect. I traveled to the country through a group called, Morocco Exchange. The program is meant to give Americans a better understanding of Islam and the cultural differences that exist. Two aspects of...
December 2nd, 2009 | Morocco | Read More

Lost in Spain: Molly Gallagher Lands in Madrid

Lost in Spain: Molly Gallagher Lands in Madrid
As I sit in Newark International airport and a Continental employee announces that she will now board rows 31-25 for the 10:00 p.m. flight departing to Madrid. Then proceeds to say, “Ahora yo invito asientos de pasillos treinta y uno a veinte y cinco.” I think, “What am I getting myself...
October 15th, 2009 | Getting There, Spain | Read More