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Hitchhiking is too dangerous! 〢1 year traveling Europe〢

Hitchhiking is too dangerous! 〢1 year traveling Europe〢

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What is traveling for the big public? This isn’t an easy question with a single, ”right”, answer. The idea of what travel means, is subjective and changes from person to person and we respect this. However, according to our experience, the majority of people choose between a range of predefined holiday options. All-in resorts, 5 […]

My Au Pair Horror Story | A’Tavia Tatiana

My Au Pair Horror Story | A’Tavia Tatiana

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Hey everyone my name is A’Tavia and i’m here to share my Au Pair horror story Au pairing is already a crazy wild concept that we have embarked on and some families out there absolute trash like trash more than that garbage that sitting outside my window right now like absolute trash so I’m gonna […]

Follow me out on Mallorca

Follow me out on Mallorca

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This is Mallorca by the way So I have spent most time here on Mallorca hiking around This reminds me of Brazil. A place where me and my buddy Toby used to hang out, executing poor acrobatics and shit. Like this: and swimming It’s been good I’m making sure my hair is looking alright. Is […]

spain study abroad: my crazy travel experience to Europe + pack with me

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Spain and the Spanish Arms Industry in WW1 I THE GREAT WAR Special feat. C&Rsenal

Spain and the Spanish Arms Industry in WW1 I THE GREAT WAR Special feat. C&Rsenal

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During the First World War, European nations were neutral because of policy – the Netherlands -, by treaty – Belgium -, or political constraints – Switzerland. But one nation’s neutrality was a reflexion of a deep divide in its society and its politics, Spain. I’m Indy Neidell; welcome to a Great War special episode about […]

What If the Spanish Armada Succeeded?

What If the Spanish Armada Succeeded?

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1588 Phillips the second spain was undoubtedly the most powerful man on the planet thanks to the influence of gold and silver from the New World Spain became wealthy and powerful but wealth often brings many enemies one of these enemies was Elizabeth the first of England England had been financing the Dutch Protestants and […]

MINIMALIST PACKING: 3 Weeks in Europe

MINIMALIST PACKING: 3 Weeks in Europe

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Hi everyone! Today I want to share with you what I’m packing for a three week trip to England and Spain. Several month ago, I made a video on how I pack my backpack for shorter trips. And I’ll put that up in the cards if you haven’t had a chance to see it. But […]

How to Study Abroad

How to Study Abroad

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How to Study Abroad. In the past decade, international study has more than doubled in popularity. Sure, you can go to London or Paris, but what about places like Africa or the Yucat You will need Flexibility Desire to learn Decent GPA School that accepts study abroad credits and sense of adventure. Step 1. Conquer […]

Original Garlic Chilli Shrimp Recipe (Gambas Al Ajillo)

Original Garlic Chilli Shrimp Recipe (Gambas Al Ajillo)

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The beauty of tapas is its simplicity. And what I love about hanging out in tapas bars is so often you’re seeing the food cooked right before your eyes. Because it’s prepared and cooked right behind the bar. And so I wanted to share with with you guys one of my favorite tapas recipes and […]

🇪🇸 MALLORCA TRAVEL GUIDE 🇪🇸

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Welcome to Mallorca! I’m Jake James and I’m going to show you how spending just two days of your holiday out the resort could make it so much better. What comes into your mind when you hear the name Mallorca? If you’re from the UK like me, there’s a pretty good chance that we all picture it […]