A couple of posts ago, I wrote about my travel plans for my last two weeks here. Fourteen days, eight cities, and three people. You didn’t think I’d be going alone, did you? From April 18th to May 1st, three of us will be hopping from city to city, taking in much of what Europe has to offer.
What I want to do here is introduce you to the two people I get to explore Europe with. Continue reading
44 days. Wow. For 44 days, I’ve been a foreigner. I’ve been another American testing out the water on the other side of the Atlantic. I’ve been a tourist. But most of all, I’ve been in awe.
I’ve been fortunate to see parts of the world that a large proportion of the world’s population will never get to see. And I’m grateful for that. I’m glad that for 110 days, I get to experience all sorts of things and share those experiences with all of you. Continue reading
So I’ve been getting a lot of comments on whether or not I’m attending class in London. To clear it up for everyone, yes, I am. I actually am taking some challenging courses over here (I do say some because not all of them are difficult). Continue reading
For living in a foreign country for the next few months, life in England doesn’t seem too foreign. Sure, they drive on the wrong side of the road (I think there’s no debate about that) but England is essentially the same as the United States. I say essentially loosely because there are some differences that shouldn’t be overlooked. Continue reading