What does ‘Homecoming’ mean to you?

Americans, hear my plea: not everything you say is comprehensible to the rest of the world. While you’re two speeches and a works cited essay into the pros and cons of, say, ‘prom’, ‘tailgating’, and ‘paying ridiculous amounts of money

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November

Remember, remember the fifth of November… nope, no sign of fireworks in Florianopolis, oh wait this is a British tradition isn’t it? This faux pas was made by many of my friends on their year abroad, (Sophie Walsh) rather an

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f a v s

Living here for over two months I’ve come to discover the thing I really love about Hong Kong, so I’m going to share some of those things with you guys. 1. Thrift Shops I’m still at an early point in

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48hrs+ in Malaysia

Cabin fever began to set in, and everyone was doing it. Okay not some obscure act, but travelling, isn’t that classic study abroad activities? Did you even study abroad if you don’t travel or own those elephant themed baggy trousers?

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A Week in Food

It was strange being told by friends and anyone within earshot of the words “I’m going to Hong Kong” that I would be able to indulge in dim sum and dessert at 3 am in the morning if I should

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First Impressions

So currently I’m on a year abroad in Hong Kong and I thought I’d take you guys on that journey with me. So look out for posts on various parts of HK living, food and travel. First impressions are crucial

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