I got home last night from an 8 day trip to Istanbul, Zagreb, and Dubrovnik. I really enjoyed all three cities and while I would love to tell every hilarious story and amazing detail of the trip, I don’t have time to write a novel. Instead, I’ll tell you about my experience getting a […]
Before coming abroad, I posted photo evidence of my ability to fit all of my belongings into two suitcases. Three months later, I am posting proof of me surfing after spending a week in Portugal. Conclusion: studying abroad makes you a cooler person. .
Okay, I know that’s Spanish, but you get the point. I’M IN PORTUGAL! One of the things that sets DIS apart from other study abroad programs is the amount of vacation time. We get three full weeks off from classes for travel; one week with your core course (which for me, was two weeks ago […]
After a long, exhausting, but amazing week in Rotterdam and Amsterdam with my European Sustainable Development class, and a weekend in Brussels with friends, I am so glad to be back and hyggeligt in Copenhagen. Here are some memorable moments from the past week! (p.s. My iphone was unfortunately stolen in Brussels and most of […]
Leave Copenhagen, that is. On that note, I will spare you more punny Eagles quotes and instead show you pictures of my weekend in Prague. Goulash, dumplings, and beer. Standard Czech cuisine. Powder Gate-the entrance to Old Town Old Town Square in the snow Ryan and I in Old Town Square Prague Castle at […]
In a word, my short study tour was cheesy. Literally. We visited both an organic dairy and a cave where cheese is stored and had numerous samples at both locations. Thursday morning at 6:20am, my core class, European Sustainable Development, left Copenhagen on a bus headed to Western Denmark. The overall experience was amazing and […]