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Settled into El Salvador

I have officially settled into my new home for the next 3 weeks. It’s simple, but it is beautiful and the hospitality is unbelievable. All the meals that we have had here so far have been delicious, our laundry is done for us, and they clean our rooms daily. 252 more words

El Salvador

The Anticipated Arrival at the University of Maine

It was such a relief to finally sink down on my seat on the coach to Bangor. Final step of the journey, just a few hours and a short car ride, and I could stop dragging my enormous suitcase everywhere. 851 more words

Je suis en France!

Twenty-two hours of traveling later, and here I am: Nantes! I probably unknowingly sold my soul in order to access the Wi-Fi to write this post, but what can I say, I like to live on the edge. 615 more words


Global Education Center helps Elon students cope with reverse culture shock and prepare for careers

By Morgan Abate 

         When Kevin Amaya arrived in Lyon, France, he got lost.

          He woke up one morning before his program started, told his host mom that he was going to explore the city and left. 411 more words

Reporting For The Public Good

Community Spanish Class in Koreatown- Class Outline and Schedule for Fall, 2014

La Portena de Areco- Estancia outside of Buenos Aires- Guacho Lifestyle- Folkloric Guitar- Asada- Riding Horses, Polo-

Recently, I just came back from Buenos Aires, I went in conjunction with Queens University Latin America MFA Program in Creative Writing.  465 more words


Toronto, Canada: Their Wi Fi is Spectacular/ #plate01

(Please note: lack of photos that aren’t off the Internet. Shoddy airport WiFi is not letting me transfer pictures from my phone online. I’ll come back in an edit this post later.) 692 more words


My First Trip: Monte Carlo, Monaco!

A couple friends and I decided to visit Monaco this past Sunday. We caught the bus from the center of town and paid 1.50€ each way for a 30 minute ride. 504 more words