Category: CCJ News

Why do we travel?

“There are a thousand ways to kneel and kiss the ground, there are a thousand ways to go home again.” —Rumi

In my younger years, I had no idea why I was drawn to world travel. I just was. You …

Cross Cultural Journeys Travel Partnerships – making the world a little better together!

Cross Cultural Journeys Travel Partnerships – making the world a little better together!

By Cilla Utne

About a year ago, CCJ entered an exciting partnership with our local youth soccer club Bainbridge Island Football Club; BIFC. They approached us to ask if we could take on organizing a soccer youth tour to England, the …

New Travel Series: Cross Cultural Journeys Signature Experiences

New Travel Series: Cross Cultural Journeys Signature Experiences

Posted by Cilla Utne

We are excited to announce the launch our new travel series – Cross Cultural Journeys Signature Experiences!

CCJ Signature Experiences are unique. 

These journeys may not be for everyone. Building on the important pillars and cornerstones of Cross Cultural Journeys …

Presidio Graduate School Field Study in Emilia Romagna, Italy, July 8-14, 2018

Presidio Graduate School Field Study in Emilia Romagna, Italy, July 8-14, 2018

Posted by Cilla Utne

Cross Cultural Journeys aim is (and always has been) to make sure that we during our journeys seek to find our common humanity, without diminishing our very diverse and important values differences across cultures. The most …

Statement Regarding US State Department Warning on Cuba Travel and Drawdown of Embassy Staff

Cross Cultural Journeys condemns the US State Department’s September 29 advisory warning Americans to avoid traveling to Cuba due to the “sonic attacks” that have reportedly affected the health of 21 US embassy personnel in Havana. The State Department has …

Cuba After Hurricane Irma: The Storm’s Impact and How You Can Help

Cuba After Hurricane Irma: The Storm’s Impact and How You Can Help

Like many of you, we watched in horror last weekend as Hurricane Irma marched slowly across island after island in the Caribbean, including our beloved Cuba. Irma made landfall there as a deadly Category 5 storm, one of the most …

PRESS RELEASE: Motorcycle Diaries Redux: Tour Che Guevara’s Cuba by bike

PRESS RELEASE: Motorcycle Diaries Redux: Tour Che Guevara’s Cuba by bike

 

Moto-journalist Christopher P. Baker leads 12-day, 1,200-mile journey exploring Cuba through the eyes of revolutionary (and famed biker) Che Guevara (Oct 22-Nov 2, 2017)

SEATTLE (29 June 2017) Acclaimed Cuba expert and moto-journalist Christopher P. Baker will lead a one-of-a-kind …

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