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Literally our coolest (and warmest) trip ever. Practical tips on surviving the sub-zero temperatures below!When you're travelling in sub-zero climates, there are three words which are so useless and obvious, they should never...
Co-written by: Lesha Mansukhani, Kimberly Lai & Karin LewThe TTI Bootcamp is best described as a torture chamber a rite of passage where every new batch of interns...
From a 30-inch luggage to a cabin-sized backpack. Look ma no hands!When I travel, I like to feel secure and reassured that everything I need to live my life is readily available in...
Things can go very wrong when you're getting hot, wet, and naked.Cultural exposure comes in many forms: Trying local food. Learning foreign phrases. Getting naked in front of strangers. To understand a country’s culture, you gotta expose yourself —...
If you haven't heard, applications for the 2020 Travel Intern Programme are now open! But first, you might want to read this ;)Last year, I left my Parent-Approved Corporate Job™ to write for The...
What's so bánh-tastic and un-phở-gettable about the TTI bootcamp in Vietnam? If you ask mì it's gà-ht to be spending three days in a five-storey airbnb with 13 other crazies. Don't cha wish you were there?It's been three years...
The TTI Ambassadors Boot Camp continues for its third run with 17 travellers plunging into Phuket to spend 72 hours together. Besides idyllic island life and insane adventures, of course, unfortunate mishaps had to happen too."Shagggggg." "Crazy." "You won't sleep one,...
After the inaugural TTI Ambassadors Boot Camp in Penang (2017), this time 17 travellers head to Bali, Indonesia to spend 3 days together. With surprises ranging from pleasant to "shookening", here's a blow-by-blow account of what we got ourselves...
In 2017, The Travel Intern ran our very first TTI Bootcamp in Penang. Intensive training, travelling with other creators (who were strangers before this) and working on crunch time forgoing sleep — sounds intensive? It is. But it's also...
The month-long internship — travelling 3 weeks non-stop covering 4 destinations — is over! Our two Travel Interns share their go-to steps to surviving The Travel Intern Life, with all limbs (and sanity) intact. 1. Setting expectationsRachel: It is first important to recognise...