Monthly Archives: September 2012

How To: Travel on a Budget

  Let’s face it: I’m a college student, and I don’t really have a lot of money sitting around for travel. So when I’m blessed with the opportunity to visit somewhere really unique or exotic, I often have to find ways to get around and things to do that are low-cost. Before, I always had […]

From Berimbau to Bollywood: Travels Through Houston

It’s easy to get “stuck” on campus sometimes, especially with the stresses of work, classes, extracurriculars, and social activities. But sometimes, it’s great to get out and explore. So, together with a few close friends, we took a spontaneous trip “around the world” right within our college town. First, we hopped over to the Annual […]

Please, Nomadic Matt, Help A Poor College Student and a Traveling Ukulele Visit Europe

Dear Nomadic Matt, My name is Kay and I am a sophomore at Rice University. I’m studying cognitive sciences, which is kind of like psychology except a little more neuroscience-y. Other than that, I really don’t know what I’m doing with my life. All I know about myself is that I constantly have an itch […]