Want to know more about what it’s like to study abroad as a Georgia State University Honors College student? Take a peek into the global experience of our very own Ashton Brasher, a Presidential Scholar, who spent Maymester 2013 in the United Kingdom. Ashton blogged about her study abroad experience from start to finish. From… more »
For the last time, I greet you all.
My travels have come to an end. This post was delayed by a final stop in Florida for a few days. It helped ween me out of travel mode. It feels really strange not waking up every morning and charting out an adventure. However, even the good… more »
Good evening, readers.
The luck of the Irish has truly been upon us this week. I am writing this post from my bed in my hotel room, overlooking a gorgeous sunset. The past couple of days have been warm and sunny with a remarkably pleasant breeze. Everyone I talked to told me to prepare for… more »
Tomorrow I embark on my final location transfer. It’s bye-bye to Scotland and hello to our last stop: Dublin, Ireland.
I can hardly believe there is only a week left. However, a few of us definitely contracted some home-sickness earlier in the week. I think that’s a natural reaction to reaching the halfway point. Some… more »
Many exhausted greetings from Edinburgh!
I write this post with heavy eyelids from a whirlwind of a week. It has been a truly overwhelming few days here in the most beautiful city I could have ever imagined. While London was intellectually overwhelming and it felt like a race to see every last thing in a… more »
Today was a day filled with all the bittersweet feelings imaginable. At 11 this morning, I boarded a train to Edinburgh from King’s Cross Station. (Only after taking my picture at Platform 9 3/4, of course.)
Edinburgh is breathtaking. I finally feel like I’m actually in a different country. London was quite Americanized other than… more »
Let me begin by saying that I learned more today than I can even begin to outline in one blog post. The day began with class in the beautiful Kyoto Gardens. I have never seen so many tulips in my life. The icing on the cake, however, was seeing a peacock with all of its… more »
Good morning, readers.
Though for many of you it is the middle of the night, I am writing this from my darling hotel room during a chilly morning in Earl’s Court, London. This is day two of my trip and I am enjoying a moment of solace after finally recovering from the awful jet lag… more »
Hello again! I just received some exciting news that I couldn’t wait to share. While the process of preparing for my time abroad has been relatively stress-free, the process of saving money has been quite a task. I have learned a lot about budgeting and money management but I still felt like the numbers were… more »
Greetings, readers! Thank you for visiting my blog. I hope you’ll enjoy following me on my upcoming adventures abroad. I am incredibly excited for everything that awaits me and I know there will be countless stories to share. As you can see above, my passport finally came in the mail. As someone who has never… more »