A journey to a Moroccan village frozen in time

Our vehicle wound ever higher up the earthen road cutting through Morocco’s High Atlas mountains. Below me, the red soil spilled like wine between green dots of forest and sheets of white snow. I lost myself in the dizzying beauty of North Africa’s tallest peaks, and as I nervously peered out of the window, I saw there was no guardrail separating us from the sharp ledge and distant valley below. Our journey had started an hour earlier at the base of the mountain along an ancient caravan trail that connects…

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Journey of the Future competition: vote now

Last month, we asked students to pitch us their innovative transport ideas in 300 words or less. Our expert judges looked for a combination of originality, creativity and practicality, and ideas had to be based on technology that exists, or has the potential to exist. Below are their final five shortlisted entries – and now it’s up to you to pick a winner. Have a read and vote for your favourite at the bottom of the page. The Loop, a magnetic monorail – Stephen Rowland As the morning light touched…

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ALTO outlines portal plan in drive to standardise study journey

Bob Burger, marketing director at Malaca Instituto, made the comment when positing views he stated had been shared by using different members of IALC, an affiliation of independently-operated language schools from around the sector, all through a four–sturdy panel debate. leading the standardisation price changed into Thiago España, director at Brazilian organization international have a look at and a board member at fellow association, ALTO, which represents education organizations and education providers. ALTO is championing a set of 12 suggestions that aim to help standardise definitions and descriptions of merchandise…

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In the Footsteps of a Sun Goddess: Danny Darling’s Journey to St. Thomas

Danny Darling could be called the guy version of Julia Roberts in the movie “Eat, Pray, Love.” During the recent winter storms across the Northeast, Danny bought a one-way ticket from Maine to St. Thomas. He has no passport, but he doesn’t need one. He packed his things up, left his pug with a trusted friend and set off for his Caribbean adventure. With no return ticket, Danny has been living at Sugar Bay Resort & Spa. His story is touching, hopeful and speaks to the transformative power of travel. What…

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