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JET LAG IS THE WORST

Sooo on my way home I was up for a total of 28 hours. Yea that’s right 28. Way too many, if you were wondering. My flight was delayed, delayed again, and oh you guessed it, delayed a total 3 times. I was exhausted to say the least. Seeing my…
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Pre trip

Before this trip I didn’t know what to expect at all. To be honest, I hadn’t really read the schedule I was just going to take the trip as it came. I was super excited for being out of the country, but very nervous about missing my family. My parents…
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Internship in France, part one

Part one of my internship in France this summer has concluded. I have spent the past five weeks working alongside these two gentlemen in the gardens at Château d’Acquigny, about one hour due northwest of Paris. It was quite the experience and I know that I will cherish the time…
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Travel Complications

It was May 9, the day had finally come for me to leave for my study abroad program in France. I was so excited as this was my fist time out of the country. I had decided to fly to France alone because unlike the majority of people in my…
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Post French Renaissance

I never thought I would miss refillable drinks with ice in them until I went to France. Now that I am back in the Unites States there are so many things which I took for granted. I was so ecstatic last Friday night when I landed in Atlanta at the…
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What I wish I would have known (about packing)

Having spent three weeks staying in many different locations across Ecuador and in varying climates, I have realized an important aspect of any travel abroad experience is making sure you have packed appropriately. The professor provided us with an exhaustive packing list including helpful suggestions from previous students. One important thing that was left…
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