We have all played or at least heard of the game Cowboys and Indians. Well, essentially I am both a cowboy and an Indian. I am the girl walking down the hallway saying “y’all” and the girl who eats curry during lunch.
This past summer, I visited my dad’s hometown
After nine years, Uber has finally decided to add a multiple stops feature to their service. On Thursday, the company announced that they will soon be allowing Uber riders to add up to 3 stops during their trip. As of now, the feature is continuing to roll out to users
As a senior at Houston Academy for International Studies, I been studying Chinese for at least 4 years now and currently enrolled in AP Chinese, I found that traveling to China for an immersion program, which improved my Chinese speaking and understanding abilities. As an Asian-American, I thought that I
China is the largest populated country in the world, with over 1.4 billion people making well known through the world and interest in traveling. This is a guide to help those traveling for China, possibly for studying, work, or touring. There’s no right way to travel, especially not left (pun),
What should I pack? Should I check in a bag, what if it’s over the limit? How big is a carry on bag? How many days should I pack for? What if the weather is wrong?
Don’t worry. Breathe. You’ve got this.
Okay, real talk, packing is probably the most stressful part
With this year full of possible holidays and upcoming trips, let’s talk about traveling. I’m going to cover ideal vacation spots and how soon you can get going on that much needed vacation you’ve been waiting on. I’ll let you know all the nice hidden vacation spots - and some
Over the summer, I was grateful to experience a once in a lifetime thing. I traveled all the way from Houston to South Africa. For three full weeks. I was the only student from Houston who would be going and the rest of the students going were complete strangers to