The Backpacking Site Mini Sagas: Bite Sized Lessons For Life and Business <A HREF=" Widgets</A> Issue 49 - 03 | Mini Sagas: Bite Sized Lessons For Life and Business By Rajesh SettyPublished Aug. 6, 2008 10:03 p.m. 50 words is not a lot. In this photographic manifesto (the first in ChangeThis history) Rajesh Setty has compiled 15 mini sagas from his collection. Our hope is that you will enjoy these stories and it will inspire you to write your own mini saga on a topic of your interest. From Mini Sagas: "A mini saga is a story told in exactly 50 words—not 49 or 51 but in exactly 50 words. Benefit #1: Writing a mini saga expands your creativity. Benefit #2: Writing a mini saga stretches your thinking. Benefit #3: Writing a mini saga enhances your discipline. Download About Rajesh Setty | Rajesh Setty is a serial entrepreneur, investor and author based in Silicon Valley. Request Processed
The Backpacking Site This section of the site contains articles and advice that is relevant to any kind of low cost travel abroad. Here you will find safety tips, general good advice and ideas which can help you whatever your destination and whichever method of traveling you decide to opt for. Passports and Visas Details on passports and visas including specific details on how to obtain a passport; information on visas and useful links for further enquiries. Responsible Travel Advice on responsible travel around the world with a link to further information all about this subject. Travel Insurance Useful tips and advice on travel insurance covering medical and healthcare, possesions, cancellation, personal liability and accident and general advice an recommended links. Important Information Information about taking certain items between countries when travelling with some basic advice on customs allowances and useful links to official customs and excise information. Mobile Phone Use Drugs Terrorism Reviews
Free Volunteer Programs in South America The following is a list of free or low fee volunteer work programs in South America. If you know of a volunteer program that should be added to our list, please share it in the comments. Argentina Center for Human Rights and the Environment – This organization in Cordoba works to promote greater access to justice and guarantee human rights for victims of environmental degradation.Cloud Head – Leigh Shulman and Noah Edelblum collaborate with local NGOs in Salta to develop the technology and skills needed in order to support the NGO’s work in the community. If you are a designer, artist, videographer, teacher or have business & marketing skills they may be able to match you to an organization.English House – Volunteers at the English House are assistants to teachers providing conversation and pronunciation help to the students. Bolivia Amanecer – This organization was created by a catholic order because of the increasing number of abandoned children living on the streets. Brazil Chile Ecuador
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100 little things that travel has taught me Travel has been one of my most valuable teachers. Rather than sit in a classroom and learn about the world through a someone else’s eyes, I did it through adventures and misadventures, tears and laughter. I know I still have so much to discover, but here are some lessons that sometimes I had to learn the hard way. Some of them I already kinda knew, some I are silly, some are serious, some are obvious, and some are embarrassing. 1. 21. 28. 43. 60. 80. 95. What are some lessons you have learned from travel? photo credits: katja hentschel: polaroid, laptop, insects, waterfall girl; mrsdkrebs: tattoo map, littlelakes: coconut, fmgbains: flowers, all others: author’s own * post written by Kyra Bramble. Tags: backpacking, beach, camping, clothes, food, fun, inspiration, lessons, links, party, people, personal experiences, shopping, tips, traveling