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Djulia Montana de Veyra

Djulia Montana de Veyra

Djulia Montana ‘Tahna’ de Veyra has been working at An admiration since 2010, finding worthy advocacy in spreading the merits of meaningful travel abroad. She believes in the inherent power that written words have in influencing people, and in fueling their dreams to travel.

Articles By Djulia Montana de Veyra

A Guide to Language Programs in Colombia Published 09 Sep 2015

From cobblestone, colonial neighborhoods and mysterious archaeological ruins to pristine Caribbean beaches and the mystical Amazon jungle or lofty Andean summits, Colombia offers diverse landscapes paralleled by its rich array of language learning opp...

A Guide to Language Study Abroad in Russia Published 08 Sep 2015

Covering approximately one-eighth of the planet’s inhabited area, Russia is the largest country on Earth. With a remarkable cultural diversity and geographical variation all condensed into one country, Russia boasts scintillating palaces and wal...

A Guide to Language Study Abroad in Jordan Published 28 Aug 2015

Jordan offers a safe haven in the Middle East, a region often plagued by conflicts. Nestled in along the Red Sea, the country offers a marvelous combination of awe-inspiring desert landscapes, beaches, and historical sites. Renowned for its political ...

A Guide to Language Study Abroad in Ecuador Published 27 Aug 2015

Dubbed the Land of Eternal Spring, Ecuador offers aspiring bilingualists a temperate climate year-round, made even more comforting by genial locals and an affordable cost of living. Ecuador is also home to a host of natural wonders. Think scenic mount...

A Guide to Language Study Abroad in Singapore Published 11 Aug 2015

Singapore is a highly modern, cosmopolitan city-state that offers a thriving cultural scene, with a diverse population of Chinese, Indian, Malay, and Eurasian descent. You will find state-of-the-art architectural wonders erected alongside enchanting o...

A Guide to Language Study Abroad in Germany Published 14 Jul 2015

Learning German will help you easily navigate one of the most culturally influential European countries. The country boasts half-timbered towns, majestic palaces, and spellbinding architecture brought to life by its invigorating culture. One of the we...

Get Your Nature On: Study Abroad in Chile!

If you want outdoor adventures while you’re studying abroad, Chile should be on top of your list. The country forms a narrow ribbon-like strip between the Pacific Ocean and the Andes Mountains, giving it a range of climate that expands from the arid to...

Top Places To Visit In The Dominican Republic

With its long stretch of beaches and buzzing Caribbean coastal culture, Dominican Republic has a lot to offer. While studying in the Dominican Republic, make sure you don’t miss out on the top five destinations in the country.Puerto Plata.Coined “the f...

Singapore: Laws To Know Before You Go

Singapore is known for its impeccable cleanliness and low crime rate. The country has such a strong reputation for being safe that the authorities had to put out a warning stating that “low crime does not mean no crime,” reminding people to stay vigila...

Divine Diving While Volunteering In Honduras

One of the most alluring attributes of Honduras is its diving sites. The Bay Islands have become synonymous with world famous dives. Located just 30 miles off the Honduran coast and 840 miles southwest of Miami, the Bay Islands are a favorite des...

The Best Beach Study Breaks In Nicaragua

Nicaragua offers more than just ‘the land of lakes’ and world-famous volcanoes to students contemplating an adventurous study abroad experience. Here is a list that will introduce you to just a few of the delightful playa (Spanish for beach) surprises....