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Month: September 2011

En la vida de Ted Schoenleber (Ted Schoenleber)

HOLY WOW ESO ES ECUADOR. This is the country where dreams come true, where looking out my window confronts my…

If You Can Dodge Traffic (Megan Henning)

I’m currently studying in Kampala, Uganda.  For those of you who have no idea where that is, it is located in…

Helping Mother Nature in Toledo, Spain (Laura Gordon)

The changes that one has to go through to get accustomed to another culture can be very hard, but over…

My First 2 Weeks in Grenoble (Alyssa De Valk)

My first two weeks in Grenoble, France have been both amazing and completely overwhelming all at once. I was surprised…

First 4 Weeks in Roma (AJ Fedoruk)

Wow, I cannot believe that 4 weeks have passed since I have left for Rome. The first 28 days here…

There’s A Lot of Affection (Mai Nou Yang)

I have always heard that in Spain, it is typical for strangers to greet each other by cheek kissing, but…

Australian Food – Positives and Negatives (Susan Hiller)

Before coming to Australia I was told that Australia is very Americanized.  Although I still knew that things would be…

Shopping in Firenze, Italia (Brittany Mazemke)

Our first afternoon/night here was very difficult. We were dropped off with our keys and luggage at the door to…

Culture Meets Religion (Jack Hayford)

It is interesting to see the way that Catholicism has merged with the local culture of Peru. Just yesterday i was walking…

Wait, That’s All We’re Eating for Dinner? (Leigh Smalley)

Before coming to France, I knew that the French had a different schedule for eating and that they eat much…

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