Post-Trip
Aug26

Post-Trip

Finally home! I’m definitely going to miss being abroad, but MAN am I ready for some home cooking… It was raining like crazy when I arrived in Atlanta, and for a moment I thought that I was back in Ireland! Thankfully, this was not the case, and I knew that as soon as I got into the airport for my final layover, I would finally get to enjoy a huge burger while binge watching the three episodes of Game of Thrones that I missed...

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In Dublin/Istanbul
Aug19

In Dublin/Istanbul

          Dublin: Dublin is great. The people are great, and they definitely know how to cook potatoes! I also love how easy it is to get around here! The public transportation is magnificent and I am definitely going to miss it when I’m gone. Class here is much nicer than the normal classroom setting. My classmates are great, and we are learning how to use a lot of cool software that is great for...

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America, Home of the Free
Aug19

America, Home of the Free

Though my time in Cambodia was nearing its end I was experiencing mixed emotions about leaving the country that had been my home for the last 10 days. It was hot in Cambodia – my sweat glands had become little orifices of Niagara Falls. I wanted to see my parents so badly, but I also wanted to stay and relish the foreign culture of Cambodia. Regardless, my parents were excited to see me at the airport. I was excited to see them...

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Excursion to London
Aug19

Excursion to London

I have spend the past two weekends i have been in Europe in different places. After being in Brussels for less than a week, my group and i took off for London. We rode the train for less than three hours on Friday morning and headed back the following Sunday evening. The train ride in itself was a great experience. It is awesome to see how easy it is to travel from country to country with out having to drive yourself or fly. I am...

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Ranking the Cities
Aug18

Ranking the Cities

I’ve been home for a little bit now, and the subsequent question after “How was it?” is usually “Which place was your favorite?”  I want to give a definitive ranking of my favorite cities, based on my experiences, from my time in Europe: 1.  Rome             I spent my first three weeks in Rome, and it was incredible.  More so than any other city I visited, I felt like I could step out of my apartment and...

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