There's a lot of things to think about when you're packing for a four month trip abroad. You've got a check list of your essentials, but we've rounded up some tips of things that are really nice to bring if you have the extra space!
Topics: Get Ready For Your ILP Trip
You want clothes that make you feel picture ready, are really comfortable, and keep you covered up in all the right places? While staying within a student's budget, of course. Here's the list of our tried and true favorite stores and online shops!
Packing for a 1-2 week trip is probably something you've done before, but what about a semester-long adventure? Here's my quick guide to figuring out what goes in your check bag(s) and which things should stay in your carry-on.
Looking for a few holiday gifts for a travel lover? We talked to the travelers we know about what they want for Christmas, and here's the complete list!
Getting ready for your trip to somewhere amazing like the Dominican Republic or Haiti? You should probably get packing. But, first ... here's what you don't want to waste your time bringing (and also what to bring instead).
Curious about what a semester abroad in Africa would be like? Bryn's here to spill the beans and answer your questions!
You probably think it won’t happen to you, but there are volunteers who lose their photos (or even lose their phones!) every single semester. Just in case that ends up being you, make sure you know how to back up your photos (for free) before jetting off on any trip.
When I started posting pictures of my semester, so many people said: “I never wanted to go to Russia until I started seeing your pictures”.
If you've ever traveled abroad, then you know that food can be both an adventurous blessing and a cravings curse. Even if you love the local cuisines, there comes a point when all you need are the familiar tastes of home. Avoid this problem by bringing these hard-to-find snacks with you!
Are you a going to school at Snow College but want to take a semester off to volunteer with ILP? You might be able to still get school credit for your time abroad. Here's some helpful info to consider + how to get the process started.