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We All Wander Study Abroad Countries info Meet The Team Contribute About Us Contact Daydreaming Packing RollerCoaster Entertainment HostFamily Travel Love WEhealth We All WanderWorldsEmbassy2016-02-18T17:51:57+00:00 Popular Posts Borsch: Ukrainian and Russian Soup Latest Posts Borsch: Ukrainian and Russian Soup By Polina Durneva|2016-08-12T15:33:37+00:00August 12th, 2016|World Recipes| If you are like me, a big fan of various soups, then this recipe is right for you! In this article, I will teach how to cook a Read More Make Your Own Fitness Environment By Ashley Almon|2016-07-07T12:19:51+00:00July 7th, 2016|WEhealth| Traveling can be exciting and stressful both at the same time, so while you are out there exploring the world, it is important to maintain a healthy lifestyle! Read More What if you Forget to Bring Something Important from the List? By Sergey Razumovsky|2016-06-21T13:03:50+00:00June 21st, 2016|Packing| What if you forget to bring something important from the list? The first is, of course, do not be upset and do not despair. Perhaps the most important Read More Hot & Cold: The Best Dessert for Students By Frosina Kuzmanovska|2016-06-16T11:40:56+00:00June 14th, 2016|World Recipes| This delicious dessert requires no special cooking skills; it can be made with ingredients available in every country, for less than 15 minutes, and for any occasion! Bon Read More “Please Write a Letter to your Future Host Family” By Brooklyn Paige Hortenstine|2016-06-08T11:34:22+00:00June 8th, 2016|HostFamily| So you’ve decided to participate in an exchange program. You’re filling out your application and all is going well until you see a daunting request: please write a Read More Things to Consider When Choosing your Ideal Host Country By Brooklyn Paige Hortenstine|2016-06-02T16:33:31+00:00June 2nd, 2016|Daydreaming| Your desired host countries are a big deal. Sometimes they're a hard choice. Here are some key aspects to help you make your choice. 1. Language Lets put Read More 3 Reasons NOT to be an Exchange Student By Shannon Watson|2016-05-31T16:32:10+00:00May 31st, 2016|Daydreaming| If you’ve been reading our posts here at We All Wander for any length of time, you’ve already figured out that we love student exchanges! You’re not going Read More Fun Facts About… Spain By Sergey Razumovsky|2016-05-25T15:47:24+00:00May 27th, 2016|Funfacts about...| Spanish cuisine Spain - record-holder in the number of bars and nightclubs in Europe. To die of hunger in Spain unrealistic: in virtually every bar for drinks is Read More The Pros and Cons of Hand Luggage By Frosina Kuzmanovska|2016-05-24T15:54:46+00:00May 24th, 2016|Packing| A hand luggage item can be anything which passengers can take with them in the airplane cabin. Depending on the airline, hand luggage items are usually limited with Read More No More Boring Weekends! By Polina Durneva|2016-05-19T16:31:43+00:00May 19th, 2016|Entertainment| Your exchange year might be extremely fun, and you might have hundreds of friends with whom you never get bored on the weekends. However, it can also be Read More Sakkara Pongal: A Dessert Worth Celebrating! By Ashley Almon|2016-05-17T17:08:28+00:00May 17th, 2016|Travel| Traveling sure sparks up an appetite! And if you are anything like me, when traveling you like to indulge in something sweet! A few years back I had Read More Love Abroad By Ashley Almon|2016-05-13T16:45:11+00:00May 13th, 2016|Love| Traveling can be one of the most exciting experiences you will ever have in your life. It is a thrill, discovering new places, new cultures, and new people. Read More How to Deal with Stress Before the Trip Abroad? By Polina Durneva|2016-05-10T15:55:00+00:00May 10th, 2016|RollerCoaster| Going abroad can be one of the most exciting experiences that you may have in your life. However, it may be quite stressful and hard for you to Read More Getting to Know your Host Parents By Patricia Stainke|2016-05-05T22:51:56+00:00May 5th, 2016|HostFamily| When you move in with your host family, they will be full of questions about you: Where do you come from? What kind of school do you attend Read More City of the Month: Dublin By Olivia Krauze|2016-04-19T16:25:01+00:00April 19th, 2016|City of the Month| If you’re up for having a pint of Guinness with the cheery locals, strolling through the city’s historic as well as literary landmarks or maybe even taking a Read More Smart Packing By Dimitar Chatleski|2016-04-18T15:34:02+00:00April 14th, 2016|Packing| Boys and girls, pull up a chair and start taking notes J Haha, just joking, though I do believe that for a topic of this nature we can Read More Where Should I Dig For Countries’ Information? By Frosina Kuzmanovska|2016-04-11T16:40:42+00:00April 12th, 2016|Daydreaming| No matter whether you are going on a weekend or moving somewhere for life, one thing is for certain – you need to know where you are going! Read More Fun Facts About.. Chile By Shannon Watson|2016-04-07T15:52:19+00:00April 7th, 2016|Funfacts about...| Ah, Chile… Not to be confused with the Southwestern US soup-like dish with beans and tomatoes, Chile (pronounce it CHEE-lay if you don’t want to sound like a Read More Dream: It’s Great, but a Little Pragmatism Does Not Hurt By Sergey Razumovsky|2016-04-07T15:55:02+00:00April 5th, 2016|Daydreaming| When you have a dream - it's just great and wonderful. This means that you have a goal to which you can aspire and which it is quite Read More To the Friends I Made on Exchange By WorldsEmbassy|2016-03-28T10:13:22+00:00March 28th, 2016|WEshare| To the friends I made on Exchange, I’m sorry if we don’t talk everyday anymore. I miss you. The friends I met on exchange are different then the Read More City of the Month: Kanab By Shannon Watson|2016-04-06T16:41:18+00:00March 17th, 2016|City of the Month| If you’re thinking about traveling in America, your top destinations are probably big, famous cities like Los Angeles, Miami, or New York City. But, if you want to Read More Tips and Tricks to Eating Healthy Abroad By Ashley Almon|2016-03-17T15:59:01+00:00March 15th, 2016|WEhealth| Eating right when you are away from home and everything you know can be challenging! In this edition, we hope to provide some basic DO’s so you can Read More Easy Workout Ideas and Some Travel Equipment for your Gym Needs By Ashley Almon|2016-03-17T15:58:48+00:00March 11th, 2016|WEhealth| Equipment you would need for these workouts: 1) A Sturdy Stretching Band (Double Band preferred). These are great not only for stretching but also for adding resistance to your arms, legs, Read More Factor Which Might Keep You From Studying Abroad and Why They Shouldn’t By Frosina Kuzmanovska|2016-03-10T17:22:37+00:00March 10th, 2016|Daydreaming| Many students dream about studying abroad and almost every student considers it at least once during their studies. Still, according to NAFSA, less than 2% of students in Read More Behind The Curtains of Daydreaming By Dimitar Chatleski|2016-03-08T16:54:53+00:00March 8th, 2016|Daydreaming| Some of you might wonder why there is a daydreaming as a subgroup in the study abroad section. You might wonder, what is the meaning behind it, and Read More Are You Still Thinking About It? By Maximiliano Veloso|2016-03-04T16:54:34+00:00March 4th, 2016|Travel| So many articles in WeAllWander might’ve given you a different point of view about what is it like to study abroad, with the pros and cons of it. Read More Top 5 New Activities to Try Abroad By Ashley Almon|2016-03-01T16:31:27+00:00March 3rd, 2016|Entertainment| Be Your Own Tour Guide! Don’t be afraid to go out there and explore! This can be one of the most rewarding experiences of your travels! And when Read More Wonderfull Weekend at the Water Park in Lloret de Mar, Spain By Sergey Razumovsky|2016-03-04T16:01:34+00:00March 1st, 2016|Entertainment| On one of the weekends my friends and I decided to digress a little from the heavy academic year and spend the whole day in the water park Read More Stop Dreaming! Go Study Abroad! By Sergey Razumovsky|2016-02-18T17:13:00+00:00February 26th, 2016|Daydreaming| Many of us have been dreaming to go abroad, become a member of the exchange program, but do not dare to take the first step. Many are afraid Read More Why you should Travel to Morocco By Adele Deakin|2016-02-18T17:12:40+00:00February 25th, 2016|Travel| One of the absolute best trips I’ve taken in my life was to Marrakesh, Morocco. It’s such a culturally rich place where your senses are bombarded from every Read More The Whole World is Out There By Azra Hasanbegovic|2016-02-18T17:25:10+00:00February 23rd, 2016|Travel| Have you ever felt like you're stuck somewhere? Have you ever had the feeling of missing out on the unknown? Have you ever fallen in love with places Read More Sound and Light Shows: Blois Castle By Patricia Stainke|2016-02-18T17:11:48+00:00February 19th, 2016|Entertainment| Anywhere you go in the world, you are sure to be surrounded by history and culture. If you are lucky enough to be in a country where they Read More Healthy Mind and Body By Ashley Almon|2016-02-18T17:11:29+00:00February 18th, 2016|WEhealth| Happy February everyone! February may be the month of love, so let’s share our love for our health! Traveling abroad can be difficult, but these simple tips can Read More Not All Days Are Sunny Days, but Lifes Teaches us to Manage Them By Maximiliano Veloso|2016-02-16T15:57:22+00:00February 16th, 2016|Daydreaming| If you are a regular reader of WaAllWander, you may’ve noticed that we’re always trying to cheer you up. Trying to generate the same excitement that all of Read More The Unexpected Adventures of Going Abroad By Stefanie Kreissl|2016-02-12T14:13:55+00:00February 12th, 2016|Daydreaming| Before you go abroad there are certain things you expect to happen like learning the language, finding new friends, maybe being home sick… But the better part about Read More Embrace the Excitement By Adele Deakin|2016-02-06T11:45:50+00:00February 11th, 2016|RollerCoaster| Going on exchange will be emotional, you will cry, laugh, be anxious, get angry, and more. You will be experiencing a very wide variety of emotions before, during and Read More The Only Way To Survive: Choose Love By Azra Hasanbegovic|2016-02-06T11:35:09+00:00February 9th, 2016|Daydreaming| I'm not sure if you guys have seen The Royals tv show (though you all should, because it's awesome), but this line perfectly stands for what should be Read More Dating Someone During your Exchange Year? By Polina Durneva|2016-02-05T18:32:36+00:00February 5th, 2016|Love| Exchange year will bring you many joyful and happy moments. One of those moments might include meeting your soulmate! However, if you do start dating someone from another Read More Heading South By Andrea Papp|2016-02-05T16:53:41+00:00February 4th, 2016|Travel| It’s winter here, in Europe. We decided to leave the cold behind us and start heading south, to the Canaries. The temperature is always above 20 °C which Read More City of the Month: Chicago By Shannon Watson|2016-02-29T16:33:40+00:00February 2nd, 2016|City of the Month| Ah, the Windy City — probably only second to New York City and San Francisco when it comes to its iconic nature in the U.S. You’ve seen movies Read More 4 Romantic and Cheap Spring Programs in Budapest By Andrea Papp|2016-02-06T11:43:01+00:00January 29th, 2016|Entertainment| Spring is coming and sunshine will fill our hearts up with love. Time to organize a small trip to somewhere with your partner. Budapest, the capital city of Read More Host Family Appreciation Month By Shannon Watson|2016-02-06T11:48:44+00:00January 28th, 2016|HostFamily| In much of the Northern Hemisphere, winter feels very long. The excitement of the holidays has passed, and it seems like spring will never come. For many exchange Read More Everything You Need to Know About Traveling with Low-Budget Airlines By Polina Durneva|2016-02-06T11:53:14+00:00January 26th, 2016|Travel| The days when the trains were the cheapest and most convenient means of transport are over. Welcome to the era of low-budget airlines! Here are some tips and Read More How to Stay in Shape During Your Daily Routine By Polina Durneva|2016-02-06T12:04:21+00:00January 22nd, 2016|WEhealth| At certain countries, good exercise programs can be very expansive and they will take most of your free time (if not all of it!). Still, that is no Read More Backpacking Tips (Part 3) By The Travel Dude|2016-02-06T12:06:36+00:00January 21st, 2016|Travel| All right, the moment has come for the 3rd release of the backpacking series, sorry for all the delays, Christmas and New Year got on my way Read More City of the Month: Prague By Sergey Razumovsky|2016-02-06T12:13:10+00:00January 19th, 2016|City of the Month| Prague - the city, which I love. I like to wander through its center, admiring the ancient streets with multicolored houses. In Prague, I managed to visit more Read More Essential Carry-On Items By Ashley Almon|2016-02-06T12:20:43+00:00January 15th, 2016|Packing| So you are all packed (for the most part), but what on earth do you bring in your carry-on bag? We’ve compiled a quick and easy list to Read More Fun Things You Should Do in a Place Where No-one Knows You By Frosina Kuzmanovska|2016-02-07T12:14:40+00:00January 12th, 2016|Entertainment| We say YOLO (You Only Live Once) usually when we are about to do something incredibly stupid. However, if there are no real consequences, a little bit of Read More Starting Your Days off with the Right Foot By Maximiliano Veloso|2016-02-07T12:15:13+00:00January 8th, 2016|WEhealth| We all have those good and bad days, and lot of times we realize it from the very first breath we take as awakening in te morning. But Read More An Exchange to the Other Side of the World By Maximiliano Veloso|2016-02-07T12:18:36+00:00January 7th, 2016|Daydreaming| It is true that exchanges have been increasing their popularity in the past few decades all over the world. But this has been significantly more popular in the Read More The Power of a Passport By Jef Van Alsenoy|2016-02-07T12:19:30+00:00January 5th, 2016|Travel| Coming from a country that's situated well in the heart of in Europe, one of the greater political powers that be nowadays, I don't usually have troubles getting Read More How to Pay for Your Student Exchange – Without Emptying Your Wallet! By Shannon Watson|2016-02-07T12:19:55+00:00December 29th, 2015|Packing| If you’re dreaming of spending time abroad for any length of time, your first crash back into reality usually comes when you find out how much exchange programs Read More Christmas in Vienna By Frosina Kuzmanovska|2016-02-07T12:22:29+00:00December 25th, 2015|City of the Month| Vienna, the capital of Austria, is never more beautiful and lively then during the Christmas season. Located in the central part of Europe, Vienna is perfectly reachable from Read More 8 German Must-See Films By Olivia Krauze|2016-02-07T12:11:28+00:00December 24th, 2015|Entertainment| Whether you want to clue up on some German cinema before your exchange or are looking to have a ‘Filmabend’ with your host family whilst there – here Read More Backpacking Tips (Part 2) By The Travel Dude|2016-02-07T12:26:49+00:00December 22nd, 2015|Travel| On the 1st article of the series I talked about how to make your traveling safer with some common home supplies. Today I will talk about the Adventure Read More Dranniki By Polina Durneva|2016-02-07T12:35:45+00:00December 18th, 2015|World Recipes| Would you like to cook something authentic for your host family? Try the Belorussian version of hash browns that are called Dranniki! The recipe is very simple and Read More Tips and Tricks for Getting Along With Your Host Family By Ashley Almon|2016-02-07T12:43:23+00:00December 17th, 2015|HostFamily| "When I volunteered abroad for the first time, I was amazed with the bonds I made with my host family. By just saying “yes” and participating in family Read More 4+1 Tips to Make Traveling Easier By Andrea Papp|2016-02-07T12:44:40+00:00December 15th, 2015|Travel| There are many sites and apps designed to help you organizing your trips throughout the world. Traveling will be an easy and cheap adventure, if you know where Read More Tips and Tricks to Eating Healthy Abroad By Ashley Almon|2016-02-09T17:15:56+00:00December 10th, 2015|WEhealth| Eating right when you are away from home and everything you know can be challenging! In this edition, we hope to provide some basic DO’s so you can Read More Living Away From Home For The First Time By Adele Deakin|2016-02-09T17:15:25+00:00December 8th, 2015|RollerCoaster| Living abroad is definitely one of the most enriching experiences I have ever had. However, it was not always easy. I know that many students thinking of going Read More Long-Distance or Short-Term Romances By Azra Hasanbegovic|2016-02-09T17:14:42+00:00December 4th, 2015|Love| When choosing the life of an abroad student, we have to accept everything that comes with it. All the perks and the advantages, but on the other hand, Read More Fun Facts About… Colorado By Polina Durneva|2016-02-09T17:13:57+00:00December 3rd, 2015|Funfacts about...| If you ever get to travel to a very beautiful state of Colorado, you should keep in mind the following facts: 1) In Spanish language, the word “Colorado” Read More Taking Advantages of Beautiful Landscapes By Taylor McNaboe|2016-02-09T17:12:10+00:00December 1st, 2015|WEhealth| When going abroad, most of you will probably be studying in a major city of your host country. Even though you may be in an urban area, there Read More Length of Love at a Distance By Sergey Razumovsky|2016-04-07T15:55:34+00:00November 26th, 2015|Love| Suppose you broke up with someone you love, and go to other countries for several years. But how long it can last long-distance relationship? Everything depends on you! Read More Caring About Our Emotional Health By Maximiliano Veloso|2016-02-09T17:08:56+00:00November 24th, 2015|WEhealth| Did you know that the way you eat affects directly into your emotions? If you didn’t, you should be wondering what are we talking about today. It’s already Read More Backpacking Tips (Part 1) By The Travel Dude|2016-02-09T17:07:52+00:00November 20th, 2015|Travel| Backpacking, the experience of a lifetime, if prepared for it, it could be an amazing ay of meeting new friends and knowing interesting places no one else has. Read More Rétes: The Ultimate Dessert By Andrea Papp|2016-02-09T17:07:34+00:00November 20th, 2015|World Recipes| Hungary: this tiny country uses lot of spice and flavours in its cuisine, the most well-known being paprika. We also use a lot of ‘unhealthy’ ingredients to create Read More Staying in Hostels By Erik Wagner|2016-02-09T17:06:57+00:00November 19th, 2015|Travel| Staying in hostels goes with backpacking like fries go with ketchup or like pizza goes with tomato sauce. It’s just part of traveling on a budget. One day Read More Fun Facts About… Italy By Erik Wagner|2016-02-09T17:04:58+00:00November 13th, 2015|Funfacts about...| Welcome back to this month’s “random facts”. The country of choice is Italy! 1) 3000€ is thrown in to the Trevi water fountain in Rome. It is then Read More Don’t Give Up on Activities! By Maximiliano Veloso|2016-02-09T17:02:25+00:00November 12th, 2015|Entertainment| During an exchange, some of our hobbies, passions and activities that amused us in our home country tend to disappear or at least lose some relevance in a Read More The Positive and Negative Sides: Host Family By Frosina Kuzmanovska|2016-02-09T17:01:29+00:00November 12th, 2015|HostFamily| Preparing to go on an exchange means making many tough decisions, one of which may be deciding whether to stay with a host family or not. If your Read More An Eye Opener and a Game Changer By Jef Van Alsenoy|2016-02-09T17:00:17+00:00November 9th, 2015|RollerCoaster| Reminiscing about the past, from time to time you might find yourself wondering about missed opportunities. Missed opportunities come in all shapes and sizes and not going on Read More City Of The Month… Skopje By Frosina Kuzmanovska|2016-02-09T16:59:31+00:00November 6th, 2015|City of the Month| If you wake up in Skopje on a Saturday morning, a very smart thing to do is to eat a traditional pastry in a small restaurant, get a Read More The Best Packing Strategy I Ever Saw By Shannon Watson|2016-02-09T17:18:15+00:00November 5th, 2015|Packing| When you’re trying to fit your next six months or year into a suitcase, it can drive you absolutely crazy deciding what stays and what goes. Right? As Read More Knowing Your Goals When Travelling Abroad By Taylor McNaboe|2016-02-09T17:19:22+00:00November 3rd, 2015|Daydreaming| Deadlines for applying to study abroad are approaching. You see a sea of different options and programmes: a homestay in rural Switzerland, a Spanish immersion programme in glamorous Read More I Can’t Speak the Language, No Problem! By Adele Deakin|2016-02-09T17:20:11+00:00October 30th, 2015|Daydreaming| Going on an exchange automatically implies that you will be going to a foreign country where there will be a language barrier. No matter where you go, no Read More Packing Essentials: A Great Jacket! By Patricia Stainke|2016-02-09T17:20:27+00:00October 29th, 2015|Packing| You’re almost ready to head out on the greatest adventure of your life! When you think about packing, think ‘outside the suitcase’ – to your jacket! You may Read More Fun Facts About… Costa Rica By Erik Wagner|2016-02-09T17:21:16+00:00October 28th, 2015|Funfacts about...| Welcome back to this week’s episode of “Fun Facts”. Costa Rica is the country of choice. Despite being a small country it is surprisingly popular among exchange students. Read More Help, I Have a Crush… By Olivia Krauze|2016-02-09T17:22:31+00:00October 27th, 2015|Love| …on the person I’m living with. Uh-oh. It’s happened. Your exchange partner’s sister is far more attractive than her Facebook profile picture lets on or your host family’s Read More Top 3 Tips for Getting Along with Your Host Siblings By Polina Durneva|2016-02-09T17:26:26+00:00October 26th, 2015|HostFamily| Living with siblings might be something new and exciting for you, if you have never had any; or it might be an annoying routine that you had back Read More How to Make New Friends in a New Place By Koi T|2016-02-09T17:27:36+00:00October 25th, 2015|Entertainment| Having to lose your old friends and make new friends when you move to a new place can be very difficult. I know that very well, as I Read More Travel Do’s and Don’t’s By Ashley Almon|2016-02-09T17:48:46+00:00October 24th, 2015|Travel| DO Not only bring your passport abroad, but have a photo copy of it! (I also give one to my family back home in case if anything happens!) Read More Love in Different Cultures By Erik Wagner|2016-02-09T17:28:45+00:00October 23rd, 2015|Love| We can’t really influence who we fall in love with.’Love is a battlefield’- they say and falling in love during an exchange program abroad can make things even Read More Afraid Or Excited? Probably Both… By Maximiliano Veloso|2016-02-09T17:34:11+00:00October 23rd, 2015|HostFamily| Being a foreign exchange student will definitely bring up lots of new experiences. Not just for you, but also for the family who’s hosting you. It’s true that sometimes Read More How To Readjust By Polina Durneva|2016-02-09T17:34:28+00:00October 22nd, 2015|RollerCoaster| How to readjust back to your culture once your exchange year is over? When your exchange year/semester/month is coming to an end, it is time to think how Read More Pack-Me-Nots By Olivia Krauze|2016-02-09T17:48:12+00:00October 20th, 2015|Packing| You’re ready to go, but your suitcase just won’t shut. You’ve stuffed your backpack full, but it’s so heavy, lifting it feels like a workout in itself. Chances Read More Breathe in American Oxygen By Azra Hasanbegovic|2015-10-11T14:51:13+00:00October 20th, 2015|Daydreaming| Have you ever been aimlessly driving through the streets of your hometown? Just driving and wondering about the world? Asking yourself what you are doing here, and what Read More Shut Up and Dance With Me By Shannon Watson|2015-10-11T14:50:26+00:00October 19th, 2015|Entertainment| Chances are that, wherever you do an exchange, there is some kind of dance that is a part of the culture. Spending a year in Texas? You’ll be Read More Cultural Fatigue By Taylor McNaboe|2015-10-09T17:01:52+00:00October 18th, 2015|RollerCoaster| You will face a lot of challenges when you go abroad, and the one you will hear about the least is cultural fatigue. We have all heard of Read More The Benefits of Traveling Alone By Andrea Papp|2015-10-11T14:48:53+00:00October 17th, 2015|Travel| What gave me the worst headaches when traveling? Finding fellow travelers. Organizing a trip, even one for just two people, requires great organization skills. And on top of Read More Fun and Easy Ways to Keep Your Body and Mind Healthy By Azra Hasanbegovic|2015-10-08T09:04:54+00:00October 16th, 2015|WEhealth| Being away from home can cause neglecting your physical and mental health, due to the busy schedule, culture shock, etc. You should always remember to take good care Read More Fun Facts About… Japan By Erik Wagner|2015-10-17T10:01:29+00:00October 15th, 2015|Funfacts about...| Awesome you made it back for this week’s Fun Facts. Today’s topic is a country that connects the weirdest pop culture with a unique history. That’s right! I’m Read More Brazilian Chicken Soup: Straight From The Favelas By Jef Van Alsenoy|2015-10-23T19:47:48+00:00October 13th, 2015|World Recipes| The memory is kind of vague, but I think it was in a lousy hostel in Ljubljana that this recipe found me. That's right, it's a nice thing Read More Ways to Break the Ice With Your Host Family By Frosina Kuzmanovska|2015-10-08T07:58:24+00:00October 11th, 2015|HostFamily| When living abroad as a student, it is very likely that you will be staying with a host family. In order to make your stay as pleasant as Read More Cashew Nuts In Stir-Fried Chicken By Koi T|2015-10-11T14:54:26+00:00October 10th, 2015|World Recipes| I strongly believe that everyone loves Thai food, and for those who disagree, maybe you just don’t know what you are missing! Don’t let those fancy Thai restaurants Read More A Tale of Host Family (Mis)understanding By Shannon Watson|2015-10-05T08:51:47+00:00October 9th, 2015|HostFamily| In the early days of your exchange, you want to make a good impression, right? Between that and your likely struggles with the language, you’ve probably done a Read More Fun Facts About… Australia By Erik Wagner|2015-10-17T10:01:39+00:00October 8th, 2015|Funfacts about...| Get ready for another round a fun and random facts. This time: Australia! 1) Around 84% of all Australians live within 50km to the coast 2) There are Read More Mmm-mmm! All the Scrumptious New Foods! By Patricia Stainke|2015-10-05T08:49:37+00:00October 7th, 2015|HostFamily| One of the things you will probably enjoy most about traveling is the chance to try different kinds of food. Every country and culture has its own special Read More How Not To Gain Weight in the USA By Polina Durneva|2015-10-07T16:11:05+00:00October 7th, 2015|WEhealth| If you are planning to go on an exchange year to the United States, you might probably be worried about gaining some weight there. However, if you follow Read More 3 Tips for Building a Relationship With Your Host Family By Shannon Watson|2015-10-05T08:40:25+00:00October 6th, 2015|HostFamily| You've just got word: you have a host family! You're excited, nervous, and curious all at once. What will they be like? Will they like me? Are there Read More The Most Suitable Exchange Region For You By Frosina Kuzmanovska|2015-10-05T08:38:17+00:00October 6th, 2015|Daydreaming| The time spent during an exchange year should be very fun and entertaining, so you should do an exchange in your favorite place. Even though that might not Read More Out On The Town-In The Shops By Patricia Stainke|2015-10-05T07:10:55+00:00October 5th, 2015|Entertainment| Out on the Town – in the Shops! After months of wishing, hoping, and planning, you’ve finally arrived in your host country! You’ve settled into a routine with Read More 4 Things Exchange Students Absolutely Don’t Say By Erik Wagner|2015-10-05T08:26:59+00:00October 5th, 2015|HostFamily| “Back home I only had to do the dishes” - A classic: chores. You probably help at home and same goes for your year abroad. You can avoid Read More How Counting Wheels Gets You Rollin’ Good By Jef Van Alsenoy|2016-02-08T17:08:48+00:00October 4th, 2015|Travel| Who wouldn't want to conquer the steep mountains of the Andes, the curvy roads of inner Vietnam or the wild west beauty of Mexico? Still, getting there is Read More Tips for Getting Over Homesickness By Adele Deakin|2016-02-08T17:09:46+00:00October 2nd, 2015|RollerCoaster| Moving away from home for the first time, no matter how near or far, can be a bit scary. Add to those emotions, language barriers, culture shock and Read More A Few of Our Favorite Things By Ashley Almon|2016-02-08T17:19:56+00:00October 2nd, 2015|Packing| POWER ADAPTER KIT When we travel abroad, one of the most essential items we can pack are power converters. Travel television host and writer Rick Steve’s has a Read More A New Slate By Ashley Almon|2015-10-03T09:19:47+00:00October 2nd, 2015|Love| When you are in a new place everything is exciting, from places to see, the food you eat, to even the people you meet! With this all in Read More The Essentials By Erik Wagner|2015-10-02T11:40:28+00:00October 1st, 2015|Packing| This list of essentials will give you a general overlook on what not to forget. I know things can get hectic and you are probably super excited! Take Read More Be Effective, Plan Ahead By Andrea Papp|2015-10-02T11:41:44+00:00September 30th, 2015|Packing| So, you received the great news about your exchange trip? Congratulations! Go, explore the whole country, but don’t get stuck in one place. Take a look at these Read More Reasons You Shouldn’t Hesitate By Polina Durneva|2015-10-02T11:42:42+00:00September 29th, 2015|Daydreaming| Your exchange year in a foreign country may be one of the best years of your life! Below are the reasons you should not hesitate to be an Read More Help! I Can’t Stand My Host Family By Shannon Watson|2015-10-02T11:43:21+00:00September 29th, 2015|HostFamily| You’ve been with your host family - maybe for a few days, a few weeks, or even a few months - and despite your best efforts...you can’t stand Read More Once in a Lifetime Ride By Azra Hasanbegovic|2015-10-02T11:43:54+00:00September 27th, 2015|RollerCoaster| No matter how easy it might sound to you to be abroad, studying for a year, or more, or less, there are perky perks and tricky flaws of Read More Bridging the Gaps By Andrea Papp|2015-10-02T11:46:55+00:00September 27th, 2015|Love| Part of your pre-trip research may have included a number of long-distance relationship movies. But before identifying with Sandra Bullock or Keanu Reeves from The Lake House, think Read More Why to Be in a WE Health State of Mind By Maximiliano Veloso|2015-10-02T11:47:50+00:00September 27th, 2015|WEhealth| You may be wondering… Having the opportunity to experience an exchange trip as a student, is probably one of the most fulfilling experiences you’ll ever feel, and you’ll Read More 10 Things No One Tells You About Going on an Exchange By Adele Deakin|2015-10-02T11:52:50+00:00September 27th, 2015|Daydreaming| 1. There will be some red tape, sometimes enough to give you a splitting headache. Different countries and cultures have different administrative habits, and those are very difficult Read More 5 Ways to Maximize Your Travel Experience Using Your Smartphone By Jef Van Alsenoy|2016-02-08T16:45:55+00:00September 27th, 2015|Travel| Lady Nostalgia puts a smile on my face whenever I think back to the analog era of traveling. More than once I was caught in gushing rains with Read More City of the Month: MADRID By Frosina Kuzmanovska|2016-02-08T16:32:17+00:00September 27th, 2015|City of the Month| While in most European cities at this time of year you might be carrying an umbrella at all times, in Madrid early autumn is still quite warm and Read More Fun Facts about… USA By Erik Wagner|2016-02-08T16:31:42+00:00September 27th, 2015|Funfacts about...| Believe it or not - check out these 10 fun facts about the USA: 1) Although English is the most common language in the U.S. the country doesn’t Read More An Entertaining Exchange? By Olivia Krauze|2016-02-08T16:30:41+00:00September 26th, 2015|Entertainment| If you think that the entertainment options on your exchange are more limited than back home, be it due to language barriers, not knowing that many people or Read More 8 German Food and Drink Need-to-Knows By Olivia Krauze|2016-02-08T16:04:09+00:00September 26th, 2015|Travel| 1. First things first: alcohol. The younger exchange students will be happy to know that beer and wine consumption in Germany is totally legal at 16. In Read More 5 Ways to Become Great Friends with Your Host Family By Polina Durneva|2016-02-08T15:51:00+00:00September 26th, 2015|HostFamily| “You never get a second chance to make a first impression.” Once you arrived to your host family, try to make the best impression. First of all, you Read More Packing Wars By Ashley Almon|2016-02-07T12:07:44+00:00September 26th, 2015|Packing| Ready...Set...Pack!!! One of the most exciting things about leaving to study and travel abroad is the anticipation of getting packed and ready to go. But packing can also be Read More French Onion Soup By Taylor McNaboe|2016-02-07T12:04:15+00:00September 26th, 2015|World Recipes| This French classic is simple and cheap to make, ideal for any student that wants some comfort food with easy-to-find ingredients. The soup is traditionally made with Gruyere, Read More "Not all those who wander are lost" About Us Meet The Team Contact Join The Team Go to... About Us Meet The Team Contact Join The Team Copyright 2015 - WE all wander? All Rights Reserved ?