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blog Japan: The (Mis)Adventure I'm in a place far, far away from anything I know or am familiar with. No red double-decker buses, no cottage pie, no large Norfolk skies, no PG Tips and no familiar faces. A slight murmur of English whistles past my ear in the street and, for a slight second, I forget where I am.
blog Random Things I Didn't Expect While Studying Abroad in the U.A.E. When I walked onto campus on the first day of school I immediately realized I was different. How? Almost none of the students had heavy backpacks, or even carried backpacks at all. It might seem like an insignificant little detail, but it actually took me by surprise.
blog 5 Reasons Why You Should Definitely Visit New Orleans In between well-known American cities such as New York, Los Angeles and Washington, D.C., a small Southern city such as New Orleans is easily overlooked. Having visited New Orleans as a tourist and currently studying in this interesting city...
blog Triumph in Traveling Solo I am packing up my bags in an Airbnb in Budapest. My two travel buddies who have been with me the past week are packing up too, but with a different destination in sight. Today is the day I have to make it back to my host city in east France all the way from Hungary - alone. My stomach is in knots.
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