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May 2020

Have you ever pictured, or had a hand in, a food fight in your school cafeteria? If not, imagine that, but add about 19,000 more people, and tomatoes on every inch of you and your surroundings. Now you got yourself the biggest food fight ever known – the La Tomatina Festival. For the last seven decades, the town of Buñol, Spain and its residents, native and foreign, participate in this celebration. If you choose to take adventure into your own

May 19th is National May Ray Day! National May Ray Day is all about getting out into the sunshine and enjoy the warm May weather. Remember the saying, “April showers bring May flowers”? Well, today marks the turning of the seasons to the warm, sun-filled month of May.

Mother’s day is here and if you haven’t crafted a card or gift yet, you may be experiencing gift-anxiety. Maybe, you experience it year-round with all the birthdays, anniversaries, and holidays that call for gifts. Even during travel abroad, gift-giving is becoming a tradition, especially when visiting someone’s house overseas for dinner or parties. But it might ease your worries to know that there’s no exactly one right way to gift something. Take a look at the various gift-giving traditions

I’m not sure this piece applies to you if you are traveling abroad with your local university or academic institution – as there are different rules and regulations regarding the accompaniment of domesticized animals. And although Globally Abroad doesn’t have a program for them now, who knows what the future may hold. So, feel free to continue soaking in step-by-step guidelines for bringing a pet while studying abroad!

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