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10 Fun Facts About Laos | Projects Abroad
10 Fun Facts About Laos | Projects Abroad

Laos is the latest country to be added to our list of Projects Abroad volunteer destinations! Find out more about what makes this tranquil South East Asian country unique, from mysterious monuments to cultural celebrations.

May 18th, 2016
10 Fun Facts About Bolivia
10 Fun Facts About Bolivia

Opportunities to explore the vastness that is Bolivia are unlimited. Also unlimited are the amount of fun and interesting facts about this exotically rugged country.

October 21st, 2015
Wonderfully Weird Food From Around The World
Wonderfully Weird Food From Around The World

Part of the fun of travelling abroad is trying new foods. The Projects Abroad team share their weird and wonderful culinary adventures in this post.

September 23rd, 2015
Our Best Beaches In Latin America
Our Best Beaches In Latin America

With placements in 7 Latin American destinations, our staff here at Projects Abroad have been fortunate enough to visit a number of these beaches. We’ve discussed personal favourites, taken into account feedback from our volunteers, and have come up with a list of our best beaches in Latin America.

August 26th, 2015
How To Stay Healthy While Travelling
How To Stay Healthy While Travelling

Travelling abroad is an exciting experience. You’ll try new foods, see new places and meet new people. However, nothing can ruin a good trip like getting sick. We suggest that you try some of the following tips to help keep you healthy while exploring the world.

July 20th, 2015
Football, Forests & Fufu - Top Things To Do In Ghana
Football, Forests & Fufu - Top Things To Do In Ghana

A vibrant country located on the West Coast of Africa, Ghana has something for everyone who visits its friendly shores. One of Projects Abroad’s top volunteer destinations for five years running, we take a look at some of the best things to do there.

April 15th, 2015
Trekking Days And Local Ways – My Week In Laos
Trekking Days And Local Ways – My Week In Laos

Jodie Le Marrec, a Programme Advisor for our UK office, recently spent some time travelling around Laos. She shares her experience with us in this post and gives a few tips of places to see and things to do.

February 25th, 2015
Best Free Travel Apps: Get More From Your Phone When You’re Away From Home
Best Free Travel Apps: Get More From Your Phone When You’re Away From Home

Feeling a bit overwhelmed or indecisive when choosing a travel app to add to your smartphone? The team at Projects Abroad has filtered through the best (and worst) of them and selected a few of our favourites to share with you.

February 11th, 2015
Aches, Scrapes And Plenty Of Cakes - Cycling The South Downs Way
Aches, Scrapes And Plenty Of Cakes - Cycling The South Downs Way

In this post we focus on a travel challenge a bit closer to home. Guest blogger Joanna Glyde tells us about cycling the South Downs Way, a 100 mile cycling route in the south of England. Jo is joined on her challenge by Projects Abroad’s UK Recruitment Director, Suzi Lamb.

November 12th, 2014
Top Things To Do In Marrakech
Top Things To Do In Marrakech

In March I headed off to Marrakech, the ‘tourist capital’ of Morocco. It was a 5 day get-away crammed with local culture, good food and even better shopping! Check out my top things to do in Marrakech.

May 7th, 2014

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