Here at Homestay.com, we like to thank our guests who share their amazing experiences and adventures in new places. To enter the "Win Back Your Trip" photo contest, tag your trip photos or videos with #HelloHomestay. Here are our favourite entries, including the latest winner!
We will choose our next winner at the start of July, so submit your favourite photos or videos of your homestay experiences with us via Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram with #HelloHomestay and be sure to tag us!
Kacper and Zaneta traveled from Poland to stay with Mary in her Rio de Janeiro home. As the winner of the contest, he won back the cost of his stay booked on homestay.com! Congratulations, Kacper!
Wenchun traveled to the Philippines for the first time and stayed with host Diana. He loved the food, culture, and religion he experienced there. He also loved hearing his mother tongue spoken in his host's daily life!
Mickael is a young student from Montreal who ventured to New York City for an overnight in a homestay with Rabjot.
Alexander and Ekaterina stayed with Conan and Yoriko in Tokyo. They both loved experiencing Japanese music and culture during the trip. Alexander's five heart vacation was also featured on our blog.
Monica and her husband Thorvald recently traveled from Sweden to stay with Ana Laura in Havana. While in Havana, they were able to experience its art and culture.
Eve and her family have been hosting for six years, so it was a nice change for them to become homestay guests. They traveled from Taiwan to Osaka to stay with Hisae.
Marissa spent a week in the Netherlands with Mari-Lou in February. Some activities she participated in include cooking French pastries, visiting a farmer's market, and relaxing.
#HelloHomestay @homestaycom I did a bunch of things while staying w/a really awesome host - such as taking a few cooking classes (French - I made all those delicious pastries myself; Syrian...), visiting a great farmer's market, and relaxing at a cozy ('gezellig') coffee shop. pic.twitter.com/bdnPkYaXA7— Marissa Shaffer (@Msshaffe) February 5, 2018
Charly had been interested in Japanese culture since he was a child. He traveled from Reunion Island near Madagascar to Yoko's home in Sakai for a week. Here he was able to practice his Japanese and live like a local!
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