Volunteer Abroad Blogs

What does an influx of tourism mean for Guatemala's most famous city?
Leave the guidebook behind and connect with new friends.
The highs and lows of unstable electricity (and there are little to no highs).
For communities living on the edge of animal territory, nature rules.
Purchasing a one-way ticket seemed romantic, until it turned into disaster.
The UN calls insects a sustainable food source. Trina calls them a delicious treat.
Living without modern-day distractions in the jungles of Thailand.
Trina contemplates the Rwandan side of the border; taxis, borders and brioche.
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