Tag: Mack Prioleau

Top 7 Things To See In Prague

Prague has become one of the most popular destinations on the continent, drawing around 4 million visitors each year. What was once a mystery to travelers in Europe has now become one of the most unique and interesting places to see. Prague’s compact city center offers diverse architecture and a fascinating history. If Prague is on your list for future… Read more →

The Biggest Travel Trends Of 2015

CNN recently published this interesting article, which outlines some of the biggest travel trends throughout this past year. Over the past 12 months, there have been some major shifts within the travel and tourism industry. Here are some of the biggest changes that we saw in 2015: Revenue-based Frequent Flyer Programs For years, airlines granted frequent flyer mile rewards based… Read more →

10 Vital International Travel Tips

Traveling to a new country can be both energizing and eye-opening, as it affords you the opportunity to experience a different way of life. But a different way of life can also bring about  a great deal of confusion. That is why it is important to prepare yourself before traveling anywhere for the first time. Here are some great tips to… Read more →

Students Sign Petitions To Make Final Exams Optional

Cape Town students have signed petitions to make year-end exams option in light of the recent protests. Activities at universities throughout South Africa have been disrupted by student protests over tuition fees and the outsourcing of workers. The first position asked for the University of Cape Town to give students the “reasonably fair option to have their semester mark used… Read more →

Final Exams Postponed, As Protests Over Education Fees Erupt

Students across South Africa have protested the fees over the past week, leading the temporary closure of three universities. These protests are the biggest student protests to hit the country since apartheid ended in 1994. The students are demanding free quality education for all. The protests are a result of the announcement by university management, which outlined a 10-12% increase… Read more →