Our educational travel blog is a way for us—and our travellers—to share ideas and tips about travelling the world. It’s a place to learn the latest news in travel and education, or to just read a good story.
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Bio: I grew up in Winnipeg, Manitoba and moved to Toronto in 2010 to complete a Masters Degree in Communication and Culture at York University. I wrote my thesis on man caves and graduated in April 2012.
I joined EF Educational Tours in January of 2012 and I am now a Content Writer. I love to write and travel, and I am excited to be engaging with other travel lovers!
Dream Tour: I would travel around Europe and eat. My family is from Poland, the Czech Republic and Germany and I love the food.
Favourite Travel Quotes:
He who would travel happily would travel light – Antoine de Saint-Exupery (because I always overpack)
I haven’t been everywhere, but it’s on my list – Susan Sontag
Periodically, EF staff members from around the world will share their thoughts on living, working and travelling abroad. Experienced teachers and student travellers will also write about their experiences in the Global Classroom. If you would like to contribute, please email us at email@example.com.
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Boarding Call is intended to be a forum for conversations regarding educational travel and we welcome comments on all of our posts.
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