It’s only been two weeks since I arrived in Graz and I’m already in love.
As the semester wraps up, I am getting closer and closer to leaving for my Overseas Study trip. In just two short weeks, I will be packing up and heading to Osaka, Japan to study photography and videography.
One of the best topics I will get to write about is the food in Sevilla. It took some getting used to at first, but now I love the cuisine and diet. Let me take you through a typical day.
The main reason I have come to terms with traveling light is because what you pack won’t define your trip.
The British university system is not simply easier or harder than universities in the U.S. They have different teaching and learning concepts.
I was silent, but inside I was screaming. The awkwardness was eating at me but I could not figure out how to overcome it, simply because I did not know what to say.
At first I thought that figuring out things like outlets, showers, and other household utilities would be the hardest – but nope, it was the kitchen.
I was in London to visit a friend and the British Museum when I ran into the Women's March on London at the Trafalgar Square.
Sevilla, Spain is now my new home for the next few months. Getting used to a new city, a new culture, and a new home can be difficult and sometimes scary. But for me, it was the opposite.
During the second week of January, I moved out of the dorm and in with my first-ever host family.