Reflection by RLT Alumni Parent Allison Kimmich:
My husband Nik and I sat in the hotel lobby, leaning over his cell phone listening to our son Sameer on speaker from his Road Less Traveled program in Tanzania.
“Hi son, how are you?!” Nik exclaimed.
“Hi honey, we miss you!” I chimed in.
“Hi guys, I’m great! This is the
Though many of today’s teens have grandparents who fought in the Vietnam War, it is surprising how little most students learn about the war in school, let alone Vietnam itself. On our Vietnam: Ban Than program, students spend 25 days immersing themselves in Vietnamese culture, visiting markets and museums, trying dishes like pho and
Reflection By Max Gibson:
The equatorial sun is quickly burning off the early morning clouds. These last wispy vapors race above the channel cut by the Nile through the plains. In a few days, I fly alongside them into the bush, to spend another week searching for refugees on the move. I’ll interview them, make population
It’s time for another student story on our blog! Today’s reflection comes from KJ P., one of our incredible alumni travelers. KJ’s journey with RLT began in 2016 when she joined our Bonaire: Bon Bini program. This past summer, KJ continued her travels on our Thailand program, where she took part in community service projects