NY Times article on Study Abroad

The Foreign Legions By LAURA PAPPANO Published: November 4, 2007 FOR a student at the University of Ghana in Legon, a palm-graced suburb of Accra, a dinner might involve fufu — mashed casava and plantains in a soup of peanut butter and tomatoes — from a local “chop bar.” Electricity is not a given. Nor … Continue reading NY Times article on Study Abroad

En route to Ecuador – More travel tales & photos

To kick off the post... a pic from sunset the next day at sea. I love the sunset pics I got while we were at sea. The rest is under a cut, as this post is again pretty photo heavy. Enjoy! 3 days at Sea on the way to Ecuador: We departed Panama, sailed under … Continue reading En route to Ecuador – More travel tales & photos

Collecting of Details on Travelers Documented

Collecting of Details on Travelers Documented U.S. Effort More Extensive Than Previously Known By Ellen Nakashima Washington Post Staff Writer Saturday, September 22, 2007; A01 The U.S. government is collecting electronic records on the travel habits of millions of Americans who fly, drive or take cruises abroad, retaining data on the persons with whom they … Continue reading Collecting of Details on Travelers Documented