I'm Stéphanie, the french social consultant of travel companies, fond of tribes and minority people culture. I share my experiences, tricks and tips here so you know exactly how to enjoy an authentic trip.
artist-at-large.com is about art, culture and travel. Good for both the trip researcher and armchair traveler, you will find travel stories, travel information, quirky survey questions, photos of the day, and listings for exhibitions and open studios and events in each region on the site. The stories and information presented on the site are written in a way that are meant to be valuable over a long period of time, like an art or travel magazine or guidebook that you keep by your desk and flip through when you need information, or just want to daydream.
This space is part blog, part annotated bibliography. Its a collection of thoughts, information, links, and articles about cross-cultural interaction and how we deal with transitions from place to place
I’m Jamie. My life goes like this: I spend most of my days in Tampa, Florida with my boyfriend, Chris, and his frankly adorable boys learning languages (and the cultures that goes with them). Every once in a while, we go gallivanting around the world, exploring beautiful places and experiencing everything we can. Through Crashed Culture, we share all this awesome stuff with you folks.
CHI is a non-profit educational organization founded in 1980 by Tom and Lilka Areton to promote international understanding and goodwill through people-to-people exchanges. We believe that the best way to build bridges of friendship and trust among people is to experience directly each others customs, languages and values. CHI aspires to share the benefits of cultural interchange with the many nations of the earth in the deeply held conviction that such exchanges ultimately contribute to a more prosperous and peaceful world.