Finding a New Home in Chile

I was very nervous for my semester abroad in Chile.  Although I had already traveled extensively abroad – and even lived in Latin America – this was the first time I was going to be traveling in another country by myself.  I was also nervous because I was not sure how my Spanish would fare […]

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Still Making Barcelona My Home

It is difficult to find the words to sum up this experience. It really is like no other. Being in another country is like being in another world. It is humbling to know that there are so many people different than you in this world. Foreign lands are only a plane, bus or train ticket away. […]

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Living in the Heart of Chile

By | Hannah Lussier As I flew over the Andes Mountains in the early morning hours on February 15th, I could already tell that it would be easy to love living in Chile. The sun reawakened my sense of adventure as I left the stressful environment of the Santiago airport and breathed my first breath […]

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“…So the English Language?”

Being in France for a month now,  I have officially had three weeks of classes. Although adjusting to one four-hour long class everyday has been a challenge, I like my professors very much and am enjoying my classes (which are all in French and about French Culture/Civilization). However, I have a different professor everyday, thus, we […]

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Go See For Yourself

As I am in my second month abroad here in San Sebastian, Spain, a recurring idea I keep having is that I have to be traveling in all my free time. Everyone is planning trips for every weekend to various parts of Europe, leaving right after a Friday class only to return on Sunday evening, […]

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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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