Month: January 2017

Dachau Concentration Camp: Model of Inhumanity — Karina Pinella

[5th of a series of posts about my late October travels to southern Germany] “You are not responsible for what happened. But you certainly are responsible for preventing it from happening again.” —Max Mannheim, Jewish concentration camp survivor (b. February 6, 1920 – d. September 23, 2016) Dachau Concentration Camp was the first of its […]

What I learned from Backpacking in Europe — Vic Land

This summer I went on a backpacking adventure through Europe. I had never traveled without my parents before, and all I had was a backpack, limited Spanish, and my friend. The two of us took on multiple means of transportation, major cities, tiny towns, and proved to our families and ourselves that two, 20-year-old female […]

Backpacking Budget 101

Most people think about going to visit other countries and just shrug the idea off because they simply can’t afford it. Sure you could book a weekend getaway with a travel agent, where everything is taken care of for you, but is that really a good way to travel? You can spend one week in say

Munich Round II — for the love of nike

Maybe you remember that I was in Munich for Oktoberfest. Well, I got to go back and spend a little more time in the beautiful city. Of course, I made my way to the original Hofbrauhaus. It dates back to the 16th century and smelled a bit of barf, understandably so. There are plenty of […]