The American Experience Part 2

What I think was kinda unique to my experience in my Year abroad was that I didn’t go home for Christmas Break. I kinda wanted to stay because I wanted to experience every aspect of American culture especially during Christmas

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What to do when a hurricane hits

Before last September not many friends and family knew of the city of Wilmington in North Carolina. Some friends didn’t even know where North Carolina was in the U.S! But that all changed when Hurricane Florence decided to grace the

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A Tourist’s Guide to Wellington

I was lucky enough to have visits from the majority of immediate family in March and April. Only my older brother didn’t manage to make it out – I’m told because of a lack of funding rather than because of

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The joy of ‘puentes’

I have two weeks left. It still doesn’t feel real typing it. This semester has absolutely flown by and with just a short amount of time left, it feels like a nice opportunity to sit down and try and sum

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FLASH! Aaahhh!

So, I got flashed at the other day. Like full on, pervy man, flashed. It was so traumatic so obviously I’ve got to write it all down and make you read it. Let me set the scene for you. Milly

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Isolated and Barc-alone (at first)

One thing I wasn’t prepared for on my year abroad was how difficult it was to make friends in my classes. I think this might be a Spanish/European thing, as most people I know who went to America or Australia

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