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Blog / 01.11.2018

In the modern world, when more and more people are losing touch with nature in favor of urban landscapes and technology governing their lives, it is increasingly important that you make time for yourself to go out and reconnect with the outside world and take a breath of fresh air away from the weeks responsibilities. One fantastic idea for how to do this is to travel out of the city or town where you live and indulge in the classic American past-time of hunting. Hunting gives you a...

Blog, USA / 17.10.2018

If you’re dreaming of studying abroad, you’re not alone: studying abroad is becoming increasingly popular. The most common destination for American students is the United Kingdom. If you’re planning to follow thousands of other American students and study in the UK, you’re probably looking forward to trying on a new city and making new friends during your time abroad. Maybe you’re even feeling relieved that you don’t need to learn a new language or brace yourself for a major culture shock—but don’t forget that the US and UK...

Blog / 15.10.2018

New York City has a great subway network but sometimes, I just want to get from A to B without sweating my ass off or getting caught in the wind/rain/snow. Rideshare apps provide a convenient way to get around, since they're cheaper than ordinary taxis, I can order a car from my phone and see exactly when my ride is going to arrive. Uber was of course the daddy of rideshare apps but now there are numerous other apps on the scene, including Uber, Lyft, Via and Juno....