Category: Travel

New Perspective How Travelers Can Balance Work & Play: Guest Post by Toby Israel

How Travelers Can Balance Work & Play: Guest Post by Toby Israel

How Travelers Can Balance Work & Play Guest Post by Toby Israel This week we have a guest post from Konverser Toby Israel. Toby is the Storyteller in Chief at NuMundo—an organization that connects people with eco-friendly, sustainable travel experiences. Keep reading for Toby’s perspective on work-life balance and for a special offer from NuMundo …

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Art & Culture A Peek into Every New Yorker’s Backyard: Guest Post on Central Park by Leela Kapoor

A Peek into Every New Yorker’s Backyard: Guest Post on Central Park by Leela Kapoor

A Peek into Every New Yorker’s Backyard: Guest Post on Central Park by Leela Kapoor This week we have a guest post on Central Park by Konverser Leela Kapoor, who is proud to call New York City home. From mini boat racing to working out by the reservoir, Central Park really has it all. It …

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Art & Culture From Germany with Love: Konversation on Cultural Competency with Teresa Hacket

From Germany with Love: Konversation on Cultural Competency with Teresa Hacket

From Germany with Love: Konversation on Cultural Competency with Teresa Hacket This week, we have a Konversation with Teresa Hacket from Frankfurt, Germany. Having traveled all over the world and worked and lived in many countries, Teresa is an expert on cultural competency. One of her passions is teaching others about cultural competency, which she …

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Academic Send Your High Schooler to Summer Camp at One of the UK’s Top Universities

Send Your High Schooler to Summer Camp at One of the UK’s Top Universities

Send Your High Schooler to Summer Camp at One of the UK’s Top Universities Many students (and their parents) dream of attending a prestigious university. What better way to get a feel for the college experience than to actually spend time on the campus, taking classes from the professors, staying in the dorms, and getting …

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Academic Konversation with Sarah Allmon: Choir Teacher, World Traveler, Language Lover, and Fashionista

Konversation with Sarah Allmon: Choir Teacher, World Traveler, Language Lover, and Fashionista

Konversation with Sarah Allmon: Choir Teacher, World Traveler, Language Lover, and Fashionista Konversai is starting a “Konversations” series as part of our blog where we conduct interviews with our users and learn more about who they are and what they do, both on and off Konversai. This week, we interviewed Sarah Allmon (brzyskis), a middle …

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Travel 11 Environmentally Friendly Travel Destinations

11 Environmentally Friendly Travel Destinations

11 Environmentally Friendly Travel Destinations Sustainability is a hot topic today, particularly when it comes to travel. As society is becoming increasingly conscious of its impact on the environment, eco-tourism has also been gaining popularity. Although many people might think that environmentally friendly and travel do not belong in the same sentence, several countries around …

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Art & Culture 8 Stunning Travel Destinations for Architecture Aficionados

8 Stunning Travel Destinations for Architecture Aficionados

8 Stunning Travel Destinations for Architecture Aficionados Imagine looking out the window of an airplane as it makes its descent into its travel destination. Are you filled with a sense of wonder as you think about taking in the breathtaking views of the buildings and the cityscape as a whole, anticipating being able to see …

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Travel 7 Ways Transformational Travel Will Change Your Life Path: Guest Blog

7 Ways Transformational Travel Will Change Your Life Path: Guest Blog

7 Ways Transformational Travel Will Change Your Life Path Guest Blog by Matthew Mason of NuMundo We travel because we are seekers. Our realities feel unfulfilling or discordant. A nagging voice whispers that there is more to life, to the world, and to ourselves. Yet it eludes us, this sense of contentment, of “making it,” …

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Language Handy Guide to Regional Slang in the 50 US States

Handy Guide to Regional Slang in the 50 US States

Handy Guide to Regional Slang in the 50 US States We’ve written before about how the same language can sound completely different in different countries. Specifically, we’ve explored the differences between American and British regionalisms and the various Spanish expressions used in the different Spanish-speaking countries. But what about regional slang within the same country? …

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