After receiving such generousity from Lenin in Chennai the team didn't think it could get much better. As soon as the driver let us off at our guesthouse in Pondi, we had two amazing locals, Raj and Jesu, greet us and help us with our bags....

It's been a while since we wrote one of these. One month to be exact. It would be naive of us to try to capture everything the past thirty days have offered, so I'll first off refer you to Andrew Holliday's blog (http://ahinghana.blogspot.com/). He's one...

On Wednesday morning, after five days trekking through the Andes under the glacial peaks of Salkantay, the crew reached Machu Picchu. Conquering 70+km and reaching a pass at 4750m, we finally made it to the city in the clouds. The journey as important as the...

A blog in 3 parts Part I: Chris It has been a crazy Precon here in South America for Jo and Chris. Chris has spent the last 3 months traveling through south america. He backpacked along the Coast of Brazil and then Wondered into the Jungle of...

Yesterday we visited Tel-Aviv, Israel’s internationally recognize capital. But instead of the Tel-Aviv of skyscrapers, the beach, or “Israel’s New York”, we saw only the area around the bus station. People talk about tourism which covers up the grittier parts of a...

Sadly, it's time to say good bye to Phnom Penh. Originally the group was concerned that our 8 days in PP would be too many, but the city worked its magic on each and every participant. When asked if they were liking PP, there was...

Phnom Penh, the city that never sleeps, is our new home for the next week. Whether it's the late night streets pumping dance music or the early morning aerobics classes in the park, there is rarely a dull moment in Cambodia's capital city. Our bus ride...

Written by Anika, a participant's first impression of India: "Hello hello! So my second day in Chennai is winding down and so far…wow! The city is definitely overwhelming at first, but after a few hours of trying to find cab service and hanging out with the team...

Hola Amigos, We are now reaching our last week in Pisco with the realization that we only have three working days left! We've spent the last two weeks working with Pisco Sin Fronteras, a truly amazing disaster relief organization here in Peru. Pisco, which lies 4...

Greetings from Siem Reap!!! Alive and refreshed from our adventures in Thailand. After a 24 hour journey from the hill tribes to the infamous home of Angkor Wat, the group is enjoying the pool and digesting the Mexican feast we ravenously devoured last night. Life is,...