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Intense @ first glance!

By visiting few places in Delhi and experiencing the dynamics of the most crowded -extremely crowded- neighbourhoods, we felt totally exposed to a new way of living and behaving, that the books somehow haven’t managed to explain or transmit in their reviews about Northern India. 149 more words


Delhi on wheels & forelegs

Our first day in India was welcomed by the super-crowed streets and hectic car-traffic with no driving rules! Without doubt is one of the characteristics of this city… From Old Delhi to New Delhi, the roads are for everyone and everything (cows, camels, horses, water buffaloes). 158 more words


So Close But Yet So Different: Day 3 Of My Dominican Adventure

Last night I got to my hotel room at 10:30 PM so I was too tired to write about my day. This is my short but sweet recollection of day 3… 426 more words

Embrace culture shocks

Published by The Baylor Lariat, Sept. 5

Living with someone who takes a shower at night, likes to take pictures of food and often stammers when speaking English is not easy. 487 more words


What can snow do to you?

Traveling to different places can be challenging cause it takes time and effort to adapt to the new place, due to cultural differences, temporal chances, geographical etc… 368 more words


It's Brittany, Bitch.

Before we start, let’s clarify one thing: French people are not rude (despite my title). Well…Parisians are a completely different story, and you can make your mind up… 372 more words