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I Can’t Read!

4/6/2018 I was successfully able to check in all my bags and board on the planes that allowed me to arrive in Germany. I had to take two connecting flights. The first was from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Dublin, Ireland which lasted about 7 hours, and then I had to immediately connect o to another plan from ...

Keeping Up With Life at Home

“To effectively communicate, we must realize that we are all different in the way we perceive the world and use this understanding as a guide to our communication with others.” -Tony Robbins One of the many things I was looking forward to prior to coming to London was the opportunity to live in an environment ...

York Reflection

So here it is. My final day in the UK. As I sit here in terminal five at Heathrow Airport, I can’t shake the fact that I am actually leaving. This semester will truthfully go down as the or one of the best semesters of my college career. In middle school I talked to one ...

Making Friends at Hanyang University

Hi everyone! Seeing as this is my first blog post here in Korea, I figure I should start off with an introduction. My name is Cat and I’m a third year biology student at Drexel University. I decided to study at Hanyang University in Korea right after my fall-winter co-op and I have been here ...

SNOW DAY!

When people think of the UK, they normally think of Big Ben, the telephone booth, the guards with those big fluffy hats, and usually think of the weather. After being here for almost three months, I can confirm that the UK has generally crappy weather. I know that I stupidly came here during the winter, ...

Celebrating Second Christmas in Madrid: Feliz Día de Los Tres Reyes Magos

While the majority of Christians in the US recognize Christmas and present gifts on December 25th, in Spain, and many Orthodox Christian churches or countries, “Christmas” as we are familiar with is celebrated January 6th.

Five Things My Experience In Australia Taught Me

Every experience, whether good or bad, leaves an impression on you and, sometimes, these impressions even teach you something. I can say without hesitation that my experience in Australia has been good overall, and that I learned a thing or two from my friends, from Australians, and from my own reflections. So, here is a ...

Sendai, the City of Trees

After a 14-hour flight and a 16-hour delay at Incheon International at Seoul, South Korea, I had finally arrived to the city I will be calling home for the next year. Sendai, a city of nature, festivals, and great cow tongue (known as “gyutan”)! Arriving at Sendai International, the first thing I came to realize ...

Hiking Through Hong Kong

Hiking is a huge part of Hong Kong because of the lush vegetation on all of the islands and the views that you can see of the near by beaches and waterways. There are many different types of hikes that can be done here including early morning hikes to see the sunrise at the top ...

The World Together at Clarke Quay

Fall season is just round the corner and I’m sure that the trees on Drexel’s campus are getting ready switching to yellow. NTU trees, on the opposite point of the globe, are a little too boastful and refuse to change color no matter what time of the year it is. There are no seasons in ...