The One In Germany

As of this weekend, my number is officially eight. I’ve been to eight different countries in the world, and I don’t plan on stopping anytime soon!! I had planned to spend four days in Amsterdam. My plans derailed when we decided to buy train tickets and see what Germany had to offer us! Because I […]

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The One Where We Were Staying In Paris

In my last post, I told everyone the story of how I packed for Paris hours before leaving and somehow made it to my train on time (See The One With The Visit).   On Friday morning, I left London on the Eurostar train and traveled underwater through the English Channel. Sleeping on the train was hard, […]

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The One Where With The Visit

If you know me, you’ll know that I am the biggest procrastinator there ever was. If you know my flatmates, you’ll know that they are very quickly giving me a run for my money. If you know me, you’ll know that I am also one of the most unorganized people there ever was. And if […]

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Sea Life’s Beauty

People ask me why I decided to study abroad in San Sebastian, Spain, and the first reason I think of is that it is right on the coast. Growing up along the sunny coasts of San Diego and deciding to attend college along the mansion lined Atlantic coast of Newport, Rhode Island, it seemed only […]

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I am the Sixteen Percent

By Hannah Lussier Since I decided to study abroad in Chile about a year and a half ago, I have been excited to announce my plans to anyone who would listen. In the process, I learned that I had unknowingly placed myself among a unique group of students. My new reality is that less than […]

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5 Days Till Florence

I can’t believe I have less than a week until I leave for Florence, Italy! This adventure has been in the planning stages for months and months, so it’s crazy to think that by this time next week I will have moved into an apartment right off the Arno River, surrounded by Renaissance art and […]

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The One Where We Went To Cambridge

As an international student in the AIFS (American Institute for Foreign Study), I was able to take a day trip to Cambridge and walk a guided tour of the city and university. My program directors described the English city as the following: “Cambridge is the home of the famous University, carols in King’s College Chapel […]

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How to Speak Like a Sevillano

For native Spanish speakers, understanding the Sevillian accent can be a struggle. It’s comparable to Americans listening to a very thick British accent, where you question if you’re even listening to English. Therefore, if you ever find yourself walking around Southern Spain (Andalucía), make sure you’ve studied this list so you will seem like a […]

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