Ashton Abroad 2.0
On Saturday as we made our way through the airport, Dr. Hawthorne and I bantered about what my last post would look like. He made a long-winded joke about the various cliches I could open this post with, one of which included an anecdote about my tears flowing across the keyboard.
Well, the joke is on… more »
Want to know more about what it’s like to study abroad as a Georgia State University Honors College student? Take a peak into the global experience of our very own Ashton Brasher, a Presidential Scholar. Ashton spent Maymester 2013 in the United Kingdom and blogged about her study abroad experience from start to finish in… more »
Good morning, USA!
I swear I could write poetry about Southwater Caye. Never in my life have I been so overwhelmed by beauty. I have been fortunate enough to see some stunning parts of this globe, but our current locale takes the cake. I didn’t know water could be so clear and blue. Laying in… more »
Good evening from the world’s prettiest beach! It’s currently Tuesday night. I’m taking a break from my attempts at quippy blog titles for the evening and borrowing from the inspirational quotes sourcebook. As my trip begins drawing to a close, I am doing my best to take advantage of every last experience and to make… more »
Good evening from Caye Caulker. It is Sunday evening and I am sitting in a gazebo right on the beach, listening to the waves and trying to fight off some of the more intense feelings of exhaustion I have ever experienced. (I am also wishing I had a glass of fresh watermelon juice—a popular drink… more »
If I could bottle the past 48 or so hours…
I won’t bore you all with clichés, but I truly did just experience some of the most incredible two days I could ever imagine.
Thursday began with a tour of the sugar cane factory prior to waving farewell to Orange Walk. It was really enjoyable… more »
Hello from Orange Walk, Belize! I landed safely and have enjoyed a beautiful first day in this wonderful country. The last couple of days have been an absolute whirlwind and in some ways I feel like I’m on another planet.
Things are a lot simpler here. There’s something refreshing about not seeing a Starbucks and… more »
Welcome to Ashton Abroad 2.0! I cannot begin to express how excited I am to not only go abroad again but to be back in the world of travel blogging.
For my last trip, I adventured to the UK for three weeks to study British literature. This trip has remained one of the most wonderful… more »