World Arabic Language Day Today, December 18th, is designated as World Arabic Language Day by UNESCO. On December 18, 2010, UNESCO began to honor the role of the Arabic language around the world. It also coincides with the date that Arabic became one of the six official languages of the United Nations (December 18,Continue reading “World Arabic Language Day”
A Visit to Nizwa Fort A few days ago I was able to visit Nizwa Fort, which is located in the center of the older area of the city. Around the fort is the Nizwa souq, which is known for its Friday morning goat and cattle market. You can also buy things such as luban (frankincense), clothes,Continue reading “Nizwa Fort”
In a previous post, I wrote about why it’s a good idea to take a staycation. If you haven’t read that post, go ahead and check it out here. Staying true to that idea, I decided to visit Jabrin Castle (also spelled Jabreen or Jibreen). Jabrin Castle is located in the Jabrin area of OmanContinue reading “Jabrin Castle”
Have you ever dealt with or even heard of culture shock before? Today we’ll be discussing it and we’ll also have a special guest from the Philippines who will be sharing a traditional story with us from her country.
In our very first episode of the Words and Bridges podcast you’ll learn about us and what we’re about!
Is culture shock a must-experience event for all travelers? Not if you come prepared.
If you travel to another country to learn a language, are you automatically in an immersive environment?