Learn, Inspire, Travel, Repeat – The ACIS Tours Travel Blog

Educational Travel | My New Year Arrival in Burma

I had finally arrived at the Rangoon airport. A visa is required for entry, but I was able to have that arranged upon arrival. It went pretty smoothly. The whole ...

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Educational Travel | Balloons & Buddhas in Beautiful Bagan

There is nothing that really prepares you for Bagan. There are 3,000 temples sitting in open fields; all scattered around a huge area with several dominant gold temples mixed in ...

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A 2012 Educational Travel Recap {in Pictures}

been in contact with one of our tour consultants, you’ll know their love of foreign cultures, languages and for wandering the world extends far beyond the ACIS office walls. Their ...

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Was Shakespeare Right?

Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears… Do I hear people running for cover? Do the words ‘William Shakespeare’ have you coming out in a cold sweat? Does the thought ...

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Educational Student Tours | One Magical Day in Venice

I just recently spent one magical day in Venice for our educational student tours. Looking at hotels and restaurants has never been such a pleasure! Once I had bought my ...

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Educational Student Travel’s Gift Ideas With a Social Conscience

If it’s better to give than to receive, then it’s even better to give and then give again. There are a variety of products and organizations on the market today ...

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Europe Tours – The Xmas Tree + Other German Traditions Gone Viral

Germany invented Christmas. Well, it’s a bold assertion and of course by no means entirely accurate – but that said, many of the things we associate with the celebration of ...

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Your Educational Tours Quick Guide to Tipping

Tipping can be an awkward end to an otherwise satisfying first meal overseas. If you’re not familiar with local tipping customs before you arrive, you may run the risk of ...

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The Benefits of Group Travel: Learning Lingos

I confess that I love speaking different languages. It’s one of those great benefits of group travel. I love learning other lingos and going out there into the streets and ...

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Student Tours | The Story of the Poppy

Picture rolling fields of ripening barley under warm summer skies, a gentle breeze rippling through, wave after wave; and often, picked out in red, bobbing in the breeze, a rash ...

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