Europe: Articles, Programs, Blogs, Travel Resources

An adventure in au pairing leads to a first-hand look at French culture, translation mishaps and… knife fishing?
Coaching a sport can be a good means to travel and work in an area you are passionate about. One American football coach lands the perfect retirement gig in Europe.
Why are students on this side of the pond less likely to take a year off before college?
The cheapest accommodations Europe has to offer.
Britain can be one of the most utterly expensive places to travel, and those Canadian dollars disappear quickly. If you need to get by on a baguette budget but still want to have a blast, then read on...
These days, the UK is full of visitors and with the upcoming London Olympics it's only going to get worse. Learn how to see the best the UK has to offer, while avoiding the crowds and making those loonies last.
A stove that can save lives and slow global warming? How the clean burning stove is doing just that.
Europe may be the School of Hard Knocks for ESL teachers, but Troy Nahumko has some tricks to ease the trade.
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