Entries in travel abroad (8)
Our Project of the Week is the Tanzania Rural Teaching project, so as usual, we thought we’d take a look at this beautiful country and bring you all the best things to do, see and eat.
Today on Into the Wild, we speak to Eugenio Echeverria, a Spanish filmmaker living in Mexico City who is planning to make a short documentary film during his experience on an upcoming trip to Kenya with Frontier.
Continuing this week’s theme of innovation and technology, we took to the streets of Shoreditch to find out exactly which gadgets people are using to aid their travel abroad. Technology is playing an increasing role in travel experiences; there is less focus on traditional maps and guide books, and an escalating popularity in BlackBerry and iPhone apps. Here’s what we found out:
With veterinary being one of the most competitive careers to get into, going on a Frontier internship or wildlife-orientated project is a fantastic way to stand out from the competition.
As a new feature on the Frontier blog, we will be speaking to people around the world working in areas that might induce a little employment envy. So if you’re stuck in an office, or ready for a change, these profiles could be just the inspiration you need to pursue that perfect job you’ve always dreamt of. Today we speak to Mauricio Ugarte-Lewis, a field biologist specializing in ornithology in Peru.
This week, like countless students all across the country, Frontier is going back to school to cover some curious topics for all of you in need of a little extra-curricular intelligence. We’ll be looking at all our classroom favourites; from history to science to art and today’s term-starting topic: geography. Read all about the fascinating cenotes of the Yucutan Peninsula in Mexico.