Meet Dawn: she’s a travel blogger who writes about the sharing economy on sharetraveler.com. She enjoyed a three-week cambio with a Spanish family, where she shared her English skills and explored the capital city of Madrid in a unique cultural exchange. A sharing economy expert, Dawn is now a cambio convert too! What made you decide
Paloma de la Fuente, a photojournalist from Madrid, travelled all the way to the Rockies, USA to spend three months on a cambio with the Peden family. We previously posted a short interview with Paloma after she finished her cambio, but she had a lot more to tell us! I chatted to her over Skype to find out
Italian university student and GoCambio member Lucilla hosted Ayaka Morimoto from Japan for ten days in February/March. In return for some Japanese lessons, Lucilla provided Ayaka with some warm Italian hospitality, food and new friends. Here’s how she found the hosting experience… Tell us a bit about yourself. I’m a law student and I’m 22.
Paloma de la Fuente – a music fan and photojournalist from Madrid, Spain – went on an overseas cambio to Evergreen, USA, staying with her lovely Host family – and a Paraguayan guest! In exchange for their warm welcome, Paloma spent some time helping the four kids with basic photography and Spanish. Keep reading and
Our South Korean Ambassador Moon went on a cambio in Spain over the Christmas period and spent some time with a lovely family in Lugo. In return for their hospitality, Moon spent some time teaching them Korean and engaging in a cultural exchange full of moments of fun and laughter. Find out more about his
The plane began to descend through thick fog. The cabin rattled and rumbled, people looked around worriedly and grasped the arm rests a little tighter. Suddenly Prague appeared out of the window. Bright lights eliminating the gloom. We were much closer to the ground than anybody had anticipated. and touched down a few minutes later. People let out a sigh of relief, then everybody burst into applause.