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Mehdy Ghannad

Travel Bloggers Attack the White House

Mehdy Ghannad | Posted 12.15.2014 | Travel
Mehdy Ghannad

Earlier this week at an international summit that included the top 100 most influential travel bloggers and digital media persons in the world, the White House National Security Council announced the creation of a new Study Abroad Office.

My Lust for the Little Frenchie!

Mehdy Ghannad | Posted 12.17.2014 | Travel
Mehdy Ghannad

The Francesinha is a sandwich concoction of epic proportions, packed with almost every type of meat that Portugal produces.

Sleep for Peace

Mehdy Ghannad | Posted 11.09.2014 | Travel
Mehdy Ghannad

It is the hopes of Hostel International that Sleep for Peace participants will create personal connections to help foster new perspectives on global issues and world cultures.

Luggage Maker Builds Socially Responsible Bags

Mehdy Ghannad | Posted 01.12.2013 | Travel
Mehdy Ghannad

Many companies and start-ups are re-evaluating their business models in hopes to make a more lasting impact on the global economy by focusing their efforts to become more sustainable. Shifting to a supply chain sustainable strategy must come from the top down.

Uncovering 40 Hours Of Contemporary Art

Mehdy Ghannad | Posted 11.06.2012 | Travel
Mehdy Ghannad

In Northern Portugal, the Serralves Em Festa keeps attendees busy with its 240 plus activities and events over the course of 40 hours. The backdrop of this contemporary arts festa, or festival in Portuguese, is Portugal's second largest city, Porto, already well known for its famous port wine.

Tribal Truths

Mehdy Ghannad | Posted 08.28.2012 | Travel
Mehdy Ghannad

A trip to South Dakota and a visit with the local Native American community is enough to change ones view and perspective of America.

What Being A City Of Culture Could Mean For Guimarães, Portugal

Mehdy Ghannad | Posted 09.10.2012 | World
Mehdy Ghannad

With an unemployment rate hovering around 15% and with an ever-growing debt-to-GDP ratio, Portugal is in dire need of financial assistance to resuscitate its economy. Could tourism be the silver bullet?