Jodi Ettenberg is the founder and writer of Legal Nomads, a blog which explores her love for both travelling and food. After quitting her job as a lawyer, her adventures began, and they are yet to stop. We interviewed her to find out more about her journeys and experiences so far.
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Now, at first glance, you may see little difference between a tourist and a traveller. However, the difference is vast and what you gain from being a traveller is far more than any tourist can experience. So, what are the differences? Read on to find out...
Are you starting to feel to get away somewhere? Or perhaps you have always felt like you didn't quite belong. With 196 countries in the world, there's a place for you somewhere!
It is now appraised that 86% of the world's population live in countries that demand more from nature than their ecosystems can supply. Pursuant to the Global Footprint Network, if everybody were to live like American people, it would take 4 Earths to sustain the global population.
Low and behold we have entered the apocalyptic-sounding Sixth Great Mass Extinction, and perhaps we should fear the worst for the more endangered of our animal acquaintances. Yet some animals are refusing to play by the rules. Here are six of nature’s finest who refused to give up despite having the odds stacked against them.
Carnivorous plants are a force to be reckoned with for insects! Growing in areas deprived of nutrient-rich soil, theyare equipped with cunning ways to trap and digest their prey. Among 630 species, five different kinds of trapping mechanisms have been identified, and it may only be a matter of time before these plants develop a taste for blood…
If you’ve ever been travelling in the back of beyond, you’ll be familiar with the usual ways to purify water—purification tablets, chlorine or iodine tinctures, that kind of thing. But how do you keep yourself hydrated if you’re stranded somewhere without even these basic supplies?
A student's life is one like no other. Throwing yourself into the unknown to meet new people, study hard and create memories for life will be the best experience of your life. And hey, why not make it that little bit better by taking your studies overseas!
Holidays are coming up, a compulsory internship is part of your course or you might just fancy a career change – the reasons you may be thinking of volunteering are endless! The journey from the initial idea to being on site as a volunteer is long, confusing at times, and full of pitfalls. It is easy if you just follow simple steps.
Imagine it: you’re up in the mountains, hours from civilisation, and you sprain your ankle. The temperature’s dropping fast, and getting back before dark is becoming a real issue. Knowing the basics of treating common injuries and illnesses can mean the difference between an unpleasant memory and a survival emergency.
It is seen as one of the most fearsome marine predators on the planet, and recent incidents at SeaWorld, as well as the 2013 documentary Blackfish, have thrust it into the limelight, but just how much do we know about the killer whale?
Do you like sweet or savoury? Do you grab the chopsticks or prefer a knife and fork? If you were food, which cuisine would you be? Take the test to find out where your palate feels most at home!
Being a traveller, you have probably seen a lot of Europe already, but it's simply not the same as experiencing local culture and events. Here are events all around Europe that you should experience at least once in your life.
The World Economic Forum has listed the world’s friendliest countries according to foreigners; in this article we explore the top 10.
Results day is over and decisions have had to be made. For most, the next step is university, but it’s not for everyone, and there are plenty of options. Maybe you have spent the summer pondering over choices, still confused as to where life will take them next. Here are just a few of options which may suit you better than going straight into education.