Category Archives: Study Abroad

Please Don’t Be a Chicken Foot: The Lonely Suzhou Adventure

After I narrowly escaped being kidnapped at the Suzhou train station, I spent about three hours just walking around Tiger Hill Pagoda. Tiger Hill Pagoda is part of the Yunyan Temple and the buildings there are over a thousand years old. The … Continue reading

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Iguazu Part 2: Wonder, Misery, and More Wonder

*** In case the Part 2 in the title didn’t give it away, this is a continuation of that one thing I started writing that one time. Click here for part 1. The next day we went to the Iguazu National … Continue reading

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Why Some Guy In Argentina Probably Thinks I’m a Prostitute

Greetings, people in my computer! It has been months since my last blog post (bad hedgehog), but I’m finally breaking my not-writing-nonsense-on-the-internet streak. As such, here is more nonsense for you to read on the internet. *** I’m not sure if … Continue reading

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The Gilman Scholarship

This whole year I’ve been either talking about my experiences abroad or babbling about the random nonsense that floats through my head. Now it’s time for something else. The Gilman Scholarship. This is the scholarship I was awarded for my … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk About Mate

Mate is extremely popular in Argentina (or maybe South America in general. Argentina is the only South American country I visited, but I’m told that they drink it in other countries, too). I didn’t like it the first time I … Continue reading

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Iguazu Part 1

***There is so much to write about this trip that I feel like just one entry won’t do it justice. Bear with me, people (and by that I mean let’s all turn into bears =D).*** The first trip I took … Continue reading

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The Importance of Resting After You Travel

Hey there! I know I disappeared for a while, and that’s because I sort of mentally imploded after I got back to the States. As such, I’d like to dedicate my first official blog post in over a month to … Continue reading

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