Oh, Humidity
Aug17

Oh, Humidity

The morning above London. I’ve been home for two weeks now, and they have been slightly rough. A few days after getting back I woke up one morning to realize that I, unfortunately, took some germs back home with me from the ride back. Jet lag was nowhere in sight, I would have rather had jet lag for a week than a cold. I did start to feel better the beginning of this week and decided to venture more outside. Let’s just say...

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Visiting Jane Austen
Aug03

Visiting Jane Austen

“if adventures will not befall a young lady in her own village, she must seek them abroad” Jane Austen, Northanger Abbey Out of all the trips I’ve done while in England, the Jane Austen House Museum may be my favorite stop. I got to walk around the house she resided in while living in Chawton before getting sick. The house was restored back to her time there with her sister, mother, and a close family friend....

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Choosing UA in Oxford
Jul02

Choosing UA in Oxford

“The Sun never sets on the British Empire” ~Unknown Choosing the UA in Oxford program wasn’t a hard decision because there are several centuries of history on almost every corner that’s still being used today. It fascinates that people are using most of the historic buildings every day than preserving them as museums. My dorm was originally built in the 1400s as a monastery, I’m living in a piece of...

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