I recently went to Japan. Here are some of the things I learned, noticed, and recommend as a tourist!
Stories from Abroad
Places I Saw (While Studying Abroad) & Suggestions
While studying in England I had the opportunity to visit several other cities abroad: Edinburgh, Scotland Dublin & Galway, Ireland Paris, France London & Bath, England I had a fantastic time in all of these cities, but I definitely have some suggestions in terms of things I wish I would have known before traveling to these … Continue reading Places I Saw (While Studying Abroad) & Suggestions
Things I Did & Didn’t Miss (From Home)
When studying abroad you discover certain things that you are used to at home no longer exist or apply wherever it is you are studying. I have compiled a “Did & Didn’t” list for those things that I missed and those things that I absolutely didn’t mind living without while abroad. Did: American Prices. The … Continue reading Things I Did & Didn’t Miss (From Home)
Tips and Tricks for Studying Abroad: Pricing (Compared to the US)
Exciting news: a short post! If you've been reading any of the other posts I have written about studying abroad you may be ready to pull your hair out with how long they are. BUT NOT THIS ONE! This one is perfectly short. There isn't too much I think needs to be said about the … Continue reading Tips and Tricks for Studying Abroad: Pricing (Compared to the US)
Annoying Travelers (and How Not to Be One)
Going on a trip with an annoying traveler is bad. Being the annoying traveler is even worse. This blog post is going to help you (hopefully, maybe) not be that person. Ever. Because no one likes that person. No one. Let's start very basic. As basic as it comes. When you travel you should definitely: #1 KNOW … Continue reading Annoying Travelers (and How Not to Be One)
Tips and Tricks for Studying Abroad: Expenses
It's been a while since I have continued these blog posts. My apologies. So this is the big one, huh? Everyone is worried about cost. How expensive is it going to be? Is it even affordable? How am I going to be able to pay for this and school? Etc. etc. Yes, studying abroad is costly. Let … Continue reading Tips and Tricks for Studying Abroad: Expenses
What To Do When You Are Stranded On an Island With an Idiot
First and foremost, I want to apologize for being so absent lately. This semesters workload (plus the current addition of the fact that I am sick) has given me no free time to breathe let alone post. Sadly, it doesn't appear as though my schedule will be opening up any time soon, so I am … Continue reading What To Do When You Are Stranded On an Island With an Idiot
Since When Did England Have a Desert?
Hey guys, sorry! I know I promised this post a couple of days ago but I have been sickly (the best way to enter back into your home country if you ask me) and have barely left my bed for the last two days. Perhaps that shouldn't have affected my writing schedule, but the tons … Continue reading Since When Did England Have a Desert?
Tips and Tricks for Studying Abroad: Weather and Packing
*Warning: long post ahead*For those of you who are new and/or just visiting my blog, I have just recently returned from a study abroad trip to Oxford, England. While I was away I was also able to visit Scotland, Ireland, and France, so these are my tips and stories for packing and weather. Unfortunately, weather wasn't … Continue reading Tips and Tricks for Studying Abroad: Weather and Packing
The Things That Happen On Public Transportation That You Wish You Could Just Forget
This post is derived off of the one I posted, oh I don't know, five minutes ago. That's because I pressed publish before remembering to actually tell you the strange things that occurred to me while on public transportation in Europe. Now maybe if you are experienced in the art of public transportation you have experienced … Continue reading The Things That Happen On Public Transportation That You Wish You Could Just Forget