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  • Thoughts of Planting

    Travel journals and travel notes - Thoughts of Planting

    Sun Aug 31, 2014 | Maryland, United States Travel journals from United States

    Mind racing about the future while still unsettled in the present. That is what my state of mind was on my last day in Maryland. What on earth possessed me to walk in my study abroad office nine months ago? Why did I pick a spanish speaking country, why travel on the unbeaten path? All these questions presented themselves to me then I realized “The steps of a good man …

  • First week abroad

    Travel journals and travel notes - First week abroad

    Fri Aug 29, 2014 | Orebro, Sweden Travel journals from Sweden

    So...I am rounding out my first week in Sweden and loving it so far, (despite the onset of a rather persistent head cold.)  I have learned two Swedish words so far “hej” (hi) and “tack” (thanks/thank you). I have also learned that there is no direct correlation for the English word “please”.  I am working on building my vocabulary, however most Swedes speak English and almost all of the other …

  • dirt, smog & garbage

    Travel journals and travel notes - dirt, smog & garbage

    Sat Aug 30, 2014 | Kathmandu, Nepal Travel journals from Nepal

    After traveling 30+ hours from Chicago to Kathmandu, I was so exhausted by the time my plane touched down in Nepal. Jet-lagged and sleep-deprived, I told the three men who bombarded me with questions that I had forgotten the name of my hotel, and didn't have any money to pay their taxi driver. "It's okay," the one who seemed to be in charge told me, "we'll drive you to the …