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Traditions Shared

Three months have come and gone; after being home in America almost two weeks, I am sad to say I wish I could spend a little more time with my…

Tips for European travel

Travel Tips from a First-Timer in Europe

Let me start off by saying that I am completely under-qualified for posting a blog about traveling in Europe. What I do think I am capable of is writing about…

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Two Worlds Collide in my Home Country

Before I continue detailing everything and anything I happen to encounter on campus at Jamestown Community College, I feel it’s only right that I document the three month break that…

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The food of Spain

In Spain, there are many interesting and different types of food, and I was able to try a few different ones while here. Cochinillo, which is a cooked baby pig,…

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Exploring Spanish culture in Valladolid

There is so much to say about my time here in Spain I don’t quite know where to begin. My first week was spent adjusting to the time difference and…

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Back Home Again

It was a long trip home from Scotland, but I’m officially back in Jamestown. It was a lot of work and preparing to make this semester abroad in Scotland possible,…

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Class Animation

My class finished up our 4-week long project of creating our own animation. It was a lot of hard work but it was very rewarding in the end. The best…

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Now That We’ve Settled

Continuing on from the theme of being an honest man, I am going to be 100 percent real and open with you guys in admitting that settling into a new…

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Two Months in One Post

Hello, it’s been awhile since I made my last post now. It seems like every time that I blink my eyes another month has passed. I’ve made lots of amazing…

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Scottish Cuisine

I haven’t had a chance to talk much about the Scottish cuisine here in Scotland. I’ve had various meals, from a Scottish breakfast to deep fried mini haggis for dinner….