Moscow, We’ll Meet Again!
Jan05

Moscow, We’ll Meet Again!

After coming back to America, I wish that I had more opportunities to share my experiences. Rather than hold them in though, I’ll just share one with you. It was one of my first days in Moscow, and I was hungry (not just for food but for a taste of life in Moscow). Being adventurous, I headed down to the nearest продукты with nothing but a few hundred rubles and my extremely limited knowledge of Russian language. One food I stumbled...

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A Tough Journey Home
Jan05

A Tough Journey Home

One morning in December I woke up to the day that I wish hadn’t arrived just yet. All sorts of emotions flooded in, and I wasn’t as prepared as I thought. Leaving Australia was going to be harder than I thought. I had grown a connection with this place and it had become a home to me. It was a place that burned a permanent mark on my heart, and I knew I wasn’t going to feel satisfied again until I returned. Classes...

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Goodbye Prague
Jan05

Goodbye Prague

The semester has come to an end and now I have to say goodbye to the most amazing people and most beautiful city in the world. This semester has been filled with excitement, adventure, and beautiful sites. My choice of Prague to study abroad was the best decision I have ever made. Prague is in a very central location of Europe making it easy to travel and the city itself has something happening all the time so you’re never...

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Journey in Japan
Jan05

Journey in Japan

” こんいちは、バマ!Hello Bama! How do I begin to describe the span of my incredible adventure in Japan? I’ve seen so many things, gone so many places, and learned more than I ever thought possible. I hope I can adequately convey the way Japan has captured me completely. From the moment I stepped on campus, I was surrounded by students from over 50 different countries who were interested in who I was and where I was from. Thanks to...

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A Tokyo Tale: Crash Course in Global Citizenry
Jan05

A Tokyo Tale: Crash Course in Global Citizenry

Hello again aspiring Study Abroaders!   Your friendly neighborhood blogger Ashley here. It’s been a while, but ’tis the season of final exams and desperate supplications to the deity of your choice to save your GPA. After all, your GPA is an innocent—merely in the wrong place at the wrong time. (Let me know if that excuse works on any of your teachers). This is my third blog, and my fourth month in Tokyo. Time...

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