This summer, CHI arranged our first ever father/daughter World Explorers homestay in Spain!
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Category: Travel Abroad
Scottish born Sam Quinn is currently spending his summer as a CHI World Explorer at a camp in Vologda, Russia.
“I am really thankful to Cultural Homestay International. Every day I wake up here, I feel like all of this is just a dream, but it is not. My first week in Japan is just something unbelievable. My host family
Judith Tauber is spending one month living in Volgograd, Russia this summer as a CHI World Explorer. She is sightseeing, making friends, exploring and teaching English to her host family. Judith says: “I am having a lovely time with my host
Some of life’s biggest decisions happen when you least expect them. For Indigo Williams, her big decision happened on a train: “I decided to study abroad in Spain while sitting on a train going between Edinburgh and London”, she shares.
What are your current travel plans? Is Lisbon on your travel list? Here are 5 fun things to do in Lisbon, Portugal. 1. Praca de Comercio and Rua Augusta Arch Check out the many popular attractions and shopping at
Kendrick never imagined he would have been to 154 countries in the first 25 years of his life. Here he is in the Faroe Islands in 2018. Kendrick Sharp participated in Cultural Homestay International’s World Explorers program in 2015. He
American high school exchange student Waverly Seale, from Portland, Oregon spent an amazing semester living and attending school in Spain. Waverly shares her experience. I have had the amazing opportunity to live in the south of Spain for the second half
By Heidi Smith, World Explorers Program Manager World Explorer Jim Ryan visited a mosque in Karaganda, Kazakhstan. 1. Embrace your host family’s culture and traditions Living with a host family allows you to see the world through the eyes of a
In honor of International Education Week (#IEW), the College of Marin hosted an event on November 14, 2018, to welcome their international students and to inspire American students to travel abroad. CHI’s World Explorers team had a table at the event to