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What I Learned In Boating School Is...

“Happy we’ll be beyond the sea” ~ Frank Sinatra

This weekend was our last group trip of the semester.

We spent 9+ hours on our faithful charter bus  on Thursday, driving along the eastern coastline of Italy to the little town of Lecce, nestled right into the heel of Italy’s boot.   714 more words

Blog Post 11 - Ronda Trip

Well look at that, another post that wasn’t published on Saturday. I didn’t post anything yesterday because I wanted to wait until today, since today I went to Ronda, Benalauría, and El Gastor’s reservoir. 1,005 more words

Study Abroad

The Emerald River Adventure

I ended up in Slovenia kind of by chance. A budget tour that I was interested in filled a few other requirements: visiting Salzburg, visiting Prague, incorporating lots of adventure, guaranteeing I would spend my birthday somewhere awesome, and getting me back to Ireland in time to pack up my dorm room before they kicked me out. 833 more words


My Own Kind of Paradise

I have come to a crisis.

Not quite a mid-life crisis or a quarter life crisis for that matter, rather what I would like to call an island crisis. 373 more words

Study Abroad

4.19.2015 9:20pm

Light bulb in my room just popped suddenly and burnt out. Sigh. Welcome to my study abroad experience. (It’s not awful, just dark. Literally.)


My Journey: Studying Abroad Changed My Life

233 days in, 49 more to go.

It doesn’t feel like very long ago I was struggling to find an apartment in Madrid and now I’m already thinking about moving back home. 1,314 more words

Morrocon' me crazy (emoji edition) 

Salem mallekum friends.

First of all, sorry for the lack of posts! April has been a CRAZY busy month. I am not complaining because it has been an AMAZING month, but it’s definitely been hectic! 995 more words