This post is the final installment (although I will continue to write about this topic in many forms – your feedback is welcome in the survey at the bottom of this post!) in my diary posts on volunteering in a refugee camp in Northern France with the Roland Levinsky Memorial scholarship. You can read the first three posts here: 1, 2, 3.
This is the second installment in my short series about volunteering in a refugee camp in France. You can read my first post here.
As some of you may remember from my impassioned word-vomit post a few months ago on why (and how) travelers should support refugees, in March I received a scholarship to help me volunteer at a refugee camp.
Well, the time has come for me to actually volunteer! The scholarship donors informed me that they like to keep up to date on the experience via social media and blogs, so I figured, well, obviously Endless Distances is the perfect outlet for that.
Hi all! I’m Julia and Sarah has kindly asked me to guest post a bit while she is off traveling the world (what else is new?). Luckily I’ve had my fair share of global adventures too so I’m happy to be here ghost writing for you all. We’ll start big – the city of lights and love, Paris! I spent my Christmas in England and France, and because I love the history of Paris so much, recently had the chance to go back last week to spend a few more lovely days in Paris. Here are my recommendations for how to spend three perfect days in Paris: