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Hello. My name is Imen Ben Beyna and I am from Tunis. I am a student currently studying with a double degree in English and International Relations. I enjoy dancing, reading and political matters. I am not part of any association but I would like to be a part of supporting peace in the world, and my future plans are to travel the world.  

www.onebillionrising.org It’s February 14th, 2014 and something is happening all around the world. A movement of solidarity between women, and the friends and family of these women who have made a commitment to rise for justice. And today, I have found myself in Tunisia seeking out a onebillionrising event here. After receiving a notice on Facebook from a friend, I think I now know where to go and start the journey from the city of Rades to the capital of Tunisia – Tunis. onebillionrising 2014 Tunis Arriving in…

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Volunteer! Ways to learn and share while you travel… There are many ways in which you can turn your vacation time into something more of an experience to remember and also to directly learn about a new place and culture. One way to do this is to volunteer with a family, group or organization and help with a project and lend your skills (and learn some new ones!) in exchange for accommodation and (usually) all meals are also included. I personally like to use three websites in particular…

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Backpack Checklist for the World… This is an update and addition to the original Central America Backpack Checklist article. When I started this adventure in Central America, I did a lot of camping, so that list reflects many items for this sort of trip. When I decided to make an around the world trip, the list of items changed and I thought it might be nice to have that available to you as well. Depending on what kind of traveling you intend to do, the more prepared you…

Travel Tips Below is a list of some of the travel tips I have learned through my backpacking adventures around the world and I thought they were worth sharing ๐Ÿ™‚ DO talk with the locals! Having some basic conversational language practice is a good idea before going to a new country, although many locals speak English around the world (but not everywhere!) and you are likely to run into other travelers who speak many other languages as well. I personally recommend the Pimsleur Language Learning Program as itโ€™s…

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