We are now on the countdown! Tomorrow is our last day in Buenos Aires and I have some pretty mixed emotions about it. On the one hand I am super excited to go home and see my family. The weather in Fort Wayne has been so nice lately and I am super jealous of… Continue reading ¡IGUAZÚ!
Hi guys! So I thought I’d start this week’s blog off with a few of the cultural differences I’ve noticed between Argentina, Spain, and back home. 1) The City: The first thing I noticed was how dirty and worn down everything was here. There is literally not a piece of flat, unbroken… Continue reading Libraries, Tigre, and Porteños, Oh My!
Friday So literally right after I posted my last blog post we made our way to gate F12 to catch our flight. On our way to the gate we got a call from Mike (the guy who helped us buy our tickets) saying that our flight was cancelled. We had literally just seen… Continue reading ¡Che Boludo, Buenos Aires!
Hello blogging world, we meet again! It’s been almost a full year since I wrote my last blog and let me tell you this year wasn’t nearly as interesting or fun as last year… There was so much homework, tests, work and more stress than ever and I honestly struggled to find my purpose in […]
Wow. I can’t believe that my study abroad adventure is coming to an end. All of my classes are finished, my bags are pretty much packed and I only have 2 more days to spend time with some of the greatest friends I have ever made until I never see them again. Although I… Continue reading NO8DO – No me ha dejado
So I am down to my last two weeks in this beautiful country and I thought that it was about time I dedicated a post to our perspectives. Webster defines a perspective as “a particular attitude towards or way of regarding something; a point of view”. During my time in Europe I have… Continue reading Keep An Open Mind
Another crazy weekend in the books. This weekend we took a four-day trip to Barcelona because our university was closed for the 1st of May so we had an extra long weekend. After 4 jam-packed days leading to over 30,000 steps per day, I am not regretful at all that I got the chance to visit this… Continue reading My Favorite City in the World