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Posted By: Liam Kelly on 15th Jan 2012 22:34


After arriving in Washington not so long ago it felt like the end was not even in sight. A fast paced two months later I found myself sitting at a bus stop about to depart for New York City with all my possessions in 75L backpack and stacks of great memories fresh in my mind.
As a student, the Winter Work Travel program that Chilli Adventures offers has been a great way to experience the USA. Flights, accommodation, visas, and job placement all secured through one program, allowing you the freedom to focus on the good times.
For two months I have had it all; a fully furnished apartment in ...
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Road-trip USA, Chilli Adventures
Posted By: Liam Kelly on 30th Nov 2011 05:45
For the sake of brevity I will cut right to the chase, put the numbers down and let you imagine for yourself the time that is being had in the small city of Arlington just outside the nations capital, Washington D.C. Over one hundred South African students, sharing apartments in the same complex, working at the same hotel, at the same time...Its a recipe for...well you tell me?
After much hard work and preparation Chilli Adventures have successfully placed 120 South African students at the Gaylord National Hotel. The hours and stress involved with visa a...
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USA, STA Travel, Arlington, Washington DC,Student Travel, ICE, Gaylord National, World Explorer
Posted By: Liam Kelly on 28th Nov 2011 10:19
So I’ve been in the US for less than 4 hours and I have already spotted some vital signs of US territory...some expected, some not!
Below are the top 5 reasons you will know you are in the States when you arrive:
1.     The ‘bakkies’…they really are trucks!2.     There are American flags everywhere!
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Washington, USA