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I’ve scoured the internet for the best travel pick up lines to use and these are my favorites:
Are you French? Because Eiffel for you.
Are you from Korea? Because you’re my Seoul-mate.
Are you from Jamaica? Because Jamaican me crazy.
Are you from Prague? Because I’m Czech-ing you out.
Are you Vietnamese? Because I’m falling pho you.
I Ecua-dor you!
Are you from Italy? Because I want to Rome the world with you.
Everything has been so wonderful since you Cayman to my life!
Are you from the U.K? Because I want to get to know U, K?
How can I Peru’v my love for you?
Are you a customs agent? Because I’d like to declare my love for you.
Irish you’d go on a date with me because you’re so pretty you’re Dublin my heart rate.
Are you Australian? Because you meet all of my koala-fications.
This may not be India, but since I saw you I’ve felt like I’m in Lucknow.
You must be from Quebec because the feelings I have for you are Mont-real.
Did you overstay your visa? Because you got ‘fine‘ written all over you.
You’ve Mozambiqued my interest.
We don’t have to play games, Yakutsk just ask me out. (Russia)
Are you from Stockholm? Cause you’re the Swedish girl I’ve ever seen.
Hi, ‘Hanoi‘ce to meet you. ‘Ha long‘ you been coming here? (Because I’m Vietnamese).
What are your favorite Travel Pick Up Lines?
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I won this swag pack from International Studies Abroad (ISA) for answering their trivia questions correctly, telling them a brief story from my time abroad, and telling them a fact about where I stayed. First, ISA was Globallinks, my study abroad agency.
The trivia questions were:
Who designed the Sydney Opera House?
Which ISA city has 42 beaches and is a center of surfing activity (hint: it’s in South America)?
Name 2 of the 3 languages that are spoken in Morocco.
Which ISA country has the highest density of robots in the world?
Modern Standard Arabic and Berber
My story was:
Last year, when I went to a friend’s house in Australia and I heard the sounds of rustling and scratching coming from the boarded up fireplace. We removed the board to reveal that a possum had scurried down the chimney with its baby on its back. My Australian friend said, “Well, if that isn’t the most Australian thing to happen… Looks like it’s time for me to move far far away. My landlord will not like this one bit”.
Fact: I learned that in the city of Newcastle, where I stayed, their biggest export was coal.
My prizes were an Australia button, ISA passport holder, luggage lock, and tags. In other words, the perfect gear for the next adventure. Overall, I enjoyed the contest and love how they are encouraging people to share thier travel stories.
Additionally, see what I’m up to and tell me where I should go and what I should do next. Also, I’m very open-minded and open to new adventure / events suggestions. Email me at email@example.com.
Want to know a cute and creative way to personalize a dorm? In 2015, at the beginning of Spring semester, there was a snow day so I decided to decorate my room with a heart made of the travel photos I had taken from studying abroad in Australia. Fortunately, I found the heart-shaped photo template on Pinterest and it’s a wonderful way to display photographs!
the break down of the heart is as follows (from the top down):
First, you’ll need 40 images printed out (I used 3 x 2 dimensions) and preferably painter’s tape.
2 rows of 2 photos
2 rows of 3 photos
Overall, there are nine rows in total. As a tip, I would start with the two rows of 7 photos in the 3rd and 4th row of the heart first and then arrange the top and bottom of the heart after.
Next, put rolled up tape behind each photo to attach it to the wall you want to put the heart on. Finally, step back from afar and rearrange the photos to your liking. Also, try to experiment with the variety of photos and colors you use.
Seriously, this is so perfect for dorms because then you won’t damage the walls. I don’t know if this has changed but when I was in college, some they could charge you for damages made to the walls of your room. So this way you get to customize to your heart’s content. ;P
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How do you display photographs on your wall? If you have more interior decorating inspiration I’d love to see it!
This icebreaker was used by my boss at a Global Ambassadors meeting (which I help co-host as an intern at Uhart) and I thought I’d share it because I thought it was a great, reusable idea to get people excited about travel.
First, use a world map and attach it to a corkboard. Second, supply all participants with pins in six different colors (we used blue, orange, yellow, green, pink, and purple) give them one of each.
Then have them place their pins according to the meanings of each color.
Blue: Where are your ancestors from? (For me it was Vietnam)
Orange: What country do you want to visit/ study abroad in? (I picked Spain)
Yellow: Favorite place you’ve visited (Australia)
Green: Favorite film/book that has stayed with you (pin the location) (I picked nowhere because the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy series takes place in space :P)
Pink: Where is your favorite food from? (Japan because I love sushi)
Purple: What country would you like to learn more about? (I picked Greece)
Finally, go through one color at a time and have everyone discuss where they put their pins and why. It really gets a conversation going.
What’s a Fun Travel Icebreaker you’ve done?
Also, tell me what fun travel-related ideas I should do next. I’m very open-minded and open to new adventure / events suggestions. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I worked as an administrative intern at my university‘s Study Abroad Office and to advertise for our study abroad fair last October, it was my job to write chalk messages around campus to raise awareness for the event.
Study Abroad Quotes
“When in doubt travel”
“It’s not about the destination it’s about the journey”
“Travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer $$ (figuratively)”
Before I could chalk I had to get permission. Otherwise, the Student Affairs Office would wash it away. I couldn’t have any chalk drawings/writing under overhangs. I could only reserve up to three days for chalking. After the second day, it rained and the chalk washed away. Thankfully, a lot of my friends told me they had seen the messages. Also, students asked me about the fair while I was chalking in the late evening and I answered.
Chalking was fun, but it made me miss going through the process of going abroad too. That’s precisely why I’m going abroad again to Spain for an International Business class during Spring Break (so excited!). It makes me happy that some students currently going to study abroad for spring semester saw the chalk and decided to give studying abroad a chance. It was one of the best decisions I ever made so I’m glad to be able to help others find their own dream destinations.