Our blogger Anna Jen is back once again with some more insight into her travel experiences. This time she talks to you wonderful readers about her time travelling in developing countries; the ups, the downs and the best ways to get involved.
We are joined once again by Leanne McNulty who has been volunteering throughout south east Asia. Here she delivers the last in her 3 part ‘how to’ guide series to volunteering. This final entry takes a look into volunteering in Cambodia.
I signed up for the WWOOF (World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms) program the day after I touched down in New Zealand, knowing the premise, but little else. Individuals and families open their homes to complete strangers, feeding and housing them in exchange for help around their property.
Our writer Leanne McNulty is back once again with another how to guide. This time she has delved into how to volunteer in Vietnam, where she is currently living and volunteering. Here she provides a wealth of information to cover all aspects of your time volunteering in Vietnam, from where best to stay to what to get involved in.
Many believe that we should all be global citizens of the world. But wait, what’s that I hear you say, you aren’t sure what a global citizenship is? Allow me to educate you before we continue further. Here I shall explain to you in an easy, understandable way what it is that makes a citizen a global citizen of the world.
We travel the world for many reasons. Some seek adventure. Some hope to drink a deeper experience of life. Some want to behold the wonders our planet has to offer, taste exotic new food, go where the pages of history were written, or have their breath stolen by sheer, unadulterated beauty.