Colibri Boston provides fun, supervised stays in the heart of downtown Boston during holiday breaks when boarding school dorms are closed. Reasons our Thanksgiving camp is perfect: 1. Location: Students stay in the middle of Boston with access to historic sites and world’s top universities. We take students to visit Harvard (and other nearby schools like Boston University, Northeastern, MIT, and more). 2. Safety: Camp leaders are college educated … Continue reading Where International Students Go For Thanksgiving?
Colibri Boston provides fun, supervised stays in the heart of downtown Boston during holiday breaks when boarding school dorms are closed. If you are an international student attending our Thanksgiving camp this year, here are a few things you will learn: Boston is the best city ever! A world-class city with small-town feel, Boston blends quaint, historic neighborhoods and winding cobblestone streets with a booming … Continue reading 10 Things You’ll Learn During Our Thanksgiving Camp in Boston
If you’re an international student attending American boarding school, you might wonder what you’ll choose to do this year during Thanksgiving Break. Most boarding schools in New England and along the East Coast close their dorms for up to three weeks during Thanksgiving, allowing international students the option to fly back home, stay with a temporary host family, or join a camp. Follow my blog with Bloglovin … Continue reading Thanksgiving Break in Boston for International Boarding School Students
Planning a trip to Boston? Want to avoid the tourists and experience Boston as a local? Follow my blog with Bloglovin Beyond the Freedom Trail, Faneuil Hall and Harvard Square, there is so much more to discover in Boston than the typical tourist destinations. In this blog post, we share insider tips for cheap things to do, and take you on a journey to some … Continue reading Boston Off the Beaten Path: Cheap & Hidden Gems
Families and consultants abroad consider many factors when choosing an American boarding school for their children –high on the list is an attractive option to spend holidays. Follow my blog with Bloglovin For international students coming from far-away places like China, Japan, and Vietnam, the trip back home is either too long, too expensive, or too tiring. And staying with a short-term host family can … Continue reading Where do international boarding school students go during holiday breaks?
We as a society are rapidly evolving into a shared economy. Fueled by rising housing prices and a basal instinct to feel part of a community, many people are sharing their work spaces, vehicles and homes with complete strangers. Hosting international students has become just another model of this trend. The term “sharing economy” began to appear in the mid-2000s, as new business structures emerged … Continue reading Another Model in the Shared Economy Trend: Host an International Student