Unusual Volunteering in America

America faces many troubles and issues much like many any other country and is home to thousands of volunteer projects spread out across each of the fifty states. The versatile environments of the country including the extreme diverse climate, geography and wildlife of the USA means there are more unusual volunteer projects than in other,Continue reading “Unusual Volunteering in America”

April Bloggers Round Up

This month has been exciting for Twenty Six O Two, I have found many new blogs which I love and even guest blogged on a couple and had the pleasure of having guest bloggers featured here on Twenty Six O Two.

5 Interesting Cities to Visit in 2019

Angrа dоѕ Rеіѕ, Brazil Brazil’s visa-free entry during the Olympics was successful for one big reason: It has encouraged visits beyond the big metropolitans. The tourism board hopes to bring back the waiver, and if you’re planning to take advantage, save time to visit Angrа dos Rеіѕ, next to Rіо and São Paulo. This famousContinue reading “5 Interesting Cities to Visit in 2019”

How To Self-Sabotage Your Volunteering Abroad

Planning a volunteer holiday can take some time, when it finally comes around you’re excited to get out there and make a difference. Although, there may be a slight worry that what you’ve imagined in your head is too hyped up and reality could never compare. We have all done it, the vacation which failedContinue reading “How To Self-Sabotage Your Volunteering Abroad”

5 Things To Do In Fuerteventura

Fuerteventura is an absolutely stunning island in the Canaries that I fell in love with as soon as I stepped foot on it… I’ve been there four times already and going back again in less than a month! It’s one of those places that people can’t help but return to, yet so many people haveContinue reading “5 Things To Do In Fuerteventura”

Unexpected Joys of Volunteering Abroad

Volunteering comes in many different ways, whether it is helping at a local food bank, helping the elderly get some fresh air or teaching in and building a school abroad. There’s no doubt that volunteering helps individuals and communities but surprisingly the volunteers also benefit. More and more people are choosing to help further awayContinue reading “Unexpected Joys of Volunteering Abroad”

Surviving Traveling with Kids

We all love to take those family vacations and spend quality time with our family. The biggest hurdle, as I am sure you are all aware of, is getting to and from your destination with your children. Kids don’t like long car rides and can’t sit still for very long. Their concept of time isContinue reading “Surviving Traveling with Kids”

What To Take On A Marine Conservation Project

Covering over 70% of the earth’s surface and providing the world with oxygen, food, medicine and transportation options, it is no surprise that people are looking into ways to conserving and protecting oceans and seas. Increasingly more volunteers are turning away from traditional volunteering options of teaching English or building schools in Africa to jobsContinue reading “What To Take On A Marine Conservation Project”

Unnecessary Costs Travelling Abroad

Travelling abroad is an unforgettable experience although it can sometimes seem whilst overseas, your money evaporates and doesn’t go as far. It could be because travellers are more relaxed and spend less time counting their pennies but more likely it is simply that they are wasting their money on unnecessary costs. Here are some annoyingContinue reading “Unnecessary Costs Travelling Abroad”

Knoxville, Great Things To Do!

Southern hospitality, more than 225 years of history, a thriving downtown and a thousand-acre outdoor playground help make Knoxville, Tennessee one of those cities you’ll want to visit again and again. This city of nearly 200,000 sits along the Tennessee River in the shadow of the Great Smoky Mountains. Knoxville is  home to the UniversityContinue reading “Knoxville, Great Things To Do!”