Your study abroad student has signed the papers and made it official…next semester, they’re going to study in Norway! It’s going to be an exhilarating adventure (that’s also a little scary too). After all, living someplace far from home immersed in another culture for several months can be daunting. It’s not like just touring the area on a whirlwind vacation. Because of that, security is an important consideration…especially if you’re traveling to and from university on your own. That’s why you need to consider a travel safety app for students. Continue reading

’Tis the season for holiday shopping, when the joy of giving can dim at the prospect of everything from catching the flu to overcrowded stores. Online shopping can give you the gift of time, along with a multitude of choices for gift-giving. For those of you shopping with travelers in mind, we’ve had our international […]

A recent article in Forbes documented the trend towards luxury travel. More and more travelers want unique, personalized experiences. That might include a cooking class in Paris, France, or a remote trip to Borneo. So many intrepid travelers are attempting to scale Mount Everest that the New York Times reports there can be “traffic jams” on that mountain. It seems that no place on planet earth is too remote for the most intrepid travelers. Who doesn’t love travel? Who doesn’t love a unique experience somewhere on our great planet, whether it’s something that relates to human culture like a trip to Rome, or something that relates to nature like a trip to the Great Barrier Reef in Australia? Continue reading

It only takes a few short moments to change your life. One minute, you can be enjoying the luxury of breakfast with loved ones or the beauty of a worship service. The next, you’re in shock and dealing with a horrible tragedy. Continue reading

World travel…simultaneously exciting and dangerous. Using new, patented technology, executives, their family members, employees, backpackers, students, all have an ally in FoneTrac®. Continue reading

I held a workshop recently for a group of young women, high school seniors about to graduate and embark on a trek through Europe…without parents or chaperone for the first time. Continue reading