A Virtual Tour of Ireland
So if you’re not traveling to Ireland today, you can still “go” to Ireland. Just check out this article at Wandering Educators www.wanderingeducators.com/travel-journals/europe/taking-virtual-trip-ireland-and-beyond.html
What’s Wandering Educators? Wanderingeducators.com is an innovative and eclectic travel site for educators who travel the world. Whether exploring their own backyard, or half-way across the globe, share their travel experiences; learn from them in turn; and create meaningful dialogue on such topics as international education, global citizenship, peace, travel tips, or just the best restaurant in the 8th arrondissement.
Who is a wandering educator? Our audience is diverse – travelers who are k-12 teachers, homeschoolers, students, higher education professors and administrators, and life learners – all are welcome!
Husband and wife team Jessie Voigts and Ed Forteau started Wandering Educators as a family project. Jessie, who has a PhD in International Education, and Ed, who has degrees in Engineering, wanted to create something the entire family could build together. One of their family passions was travel. Raising their 6-year old daughter, Lillie, in a global society was important to them.
Wandering Educators gave them a creative outlet to share their own travel stories, and learn from other people’s travel experiences. With a growing community, and passionate writers and editors from all over the world, Wandering Educators has become a website where you can dicover the world in a very unique way.
From the Underwater Sculpture Park in Grenada, to several Eco-lodges in Micronesia and Costa Rica, the Wandering Educators community has explored such a marvelous sense of place – and they hope that their readers get excited, and will want to head there, too!
They’ve partnered with a variety of international products providers to give their readers special discounts on travel guides, travel products, cool travel gear, international food, and more. There are weekly giveaways of the Book Review of the Week, including some excellent travel guides.
For more information, please see http://www.WanderingEducators.com