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  • Rode jurk na de huwelijksceremonie ook een banket of feest gebruik.

    linnasalo

    by: linnasalo

    created on: May 27, 2015 | Rural Areas, Antarctica

    Heb je ooit gedacht mode bruid afscheid van de blindelings witte trouwjurk, probeer dan een gekleurde uitverkoop trouwjurken? Als dat zacht roze, rood passie je al bekend bent met, zo fris en zoet als snoep-achtige mintgroen, prachtige sprankelende metallic wat voor soort trouwjurk zal verrassen? Pink is de beste show vrouwelijke kwaliteiten van kleur, puur en lichtroze trouwjurk terwijl meer als een lief …

  • Pre-Departure: South Korea

    csalonzo

    by: csalonzo

    created on: May 26, 2015 | Hawaii, United States

    Last year, I turned down an opportunity to study abroad in Seoul to study in Tokyo instead. However, I will be returning to Korea this summer all thanks to the Fund for Education (FEA) Scholarship. I got accepted to study at South Korea’s number 1 prestigious school, Seoul National University (SNU)! There, I will be participating in a 10-week intensive program to learn about the Korean language and culture. I …

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  • Parque de las Esculturas (Sculpture Park)

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    by: rocksicon

    created on: May 24, 2015 | Santiago, Chile

    Today I went to the ‘Parqué de las Esculturas’ or ‘Sculpture Park’ in English. I did not plan on visiting this park, but like many things in Santiago de Chile, it simply presented itself to me. I was on my way to visit the Gran Torre Santiago, the tallest building in South America. As I got off my bus and began walking I stumbled into this amazing park. Different coloured …

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  • Why Jordan, Why the Middle East

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    John_T

    by: John_T

    created on: May 22, 2015 | California, United States

    My friends and family have had a difficult time understanding why I chose to study in Jordan. Television news has propagated the idea that the region is hysteric and chaotic, which has in turn fueled my family’s concern about my safety. Leaving aside the obvious insult that they think I’m unable to take care of myself, I have tried to be very clear that the reason I choose to study …

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  • T-Minus 14 Hours Till Guatemala

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    aratiwarrier

    by: aratiwarrier

    created on: May 23, 2015 | Texas, United States

    Top Three Things I'm Looking Forward To For My 6 Weeks In Antigua, Guatemala: 1. My classes! Okay this maybe sounds really nerdy but I'm honestly looking forward to Sociocultural Influences on Learning. The intersection of culture and education is super interesting/important to me so I can't wait to learn more about it. 2. The food; bring on the black beans and plantains! :) 3. Living in a homestay. This is going to …

  • Leaving My Fears in the States, Costa Rica Is Going to be Great!!!

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    VannahW11

    by: VannahW11

    created on: May 22, 2015 | Texas, United States

    I am seven hours away from departure. I am excited, but nervous at the same time. I know that this experience is going to be  life-changing, but the unknown can create unnecessary fear.  My dad told me that I get my anxiety from him.  My mom told me that he was right due to the fact that he can have advance notices about upcoming events, and he worries until the events are over. The anxiety he gets does not …

  • A Foreigner Who Speaks Chinese...Kind of

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    AirplaneWindow

    by: AirplaneWindow

    created on: May 22, 2015 | Shenzhen, China

    After traveling for almost 18 straight hours, I finally arrived in Hong Kong on Sunday. Hong Kong is a beautiful city, and definitely one I will be visiting frequently during my stay here. After arriving in Hong Kong, I spent the night at a friend's house and the next morning met with the plant manager who escorted me across the border into mainland China.  China is way different than I ever …

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  • Adventures in Bangkok

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    LeyanisDiaz

    by: LeyanisDiaz

    created on: May 22, 2015 | Bangkok, Thailand

    5/13/15 The next day started early. We had a lot of sightseeing to do. After going to bed at around 3 a.m. watching a movie on a serial killer with Andrea, having to be up by 9 seemed crazy but I know Harry knows what he's doing. We started at Wat Po and saw the Reclining Buddha. The building was white but had gold and colorful detailing. We passed by visitors …

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  • Exploring in Hanoi

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    LeyanisDiaz

    by: LeyanisDiaz

    created on: May 22, 2015 | Hanoi, Vietnam

    5/15/15 The van came to pick us up at about 10 am. I slept the entire way to the airport.The Bangkok airport was filled with stores, shopping centers and restaurants. Bangkok gave me more and more reasons to be broke.There was a lot of waiting around before our flight, so we had some lunch.We made our way to the gate and sat down waiting for them to let us know when …

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  • Pre-Departure Things

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    KaronVector

    by: KaronVector

    created on: May 21, 2015 | New York, United States

    It's happening! I'm actually leaving for Japan tomorrow. Here's The Plan for Today: ·       Finish Packing ·       Start Packing ·       Buy supplies for class ·       Buy enough junk food to counteract any healthy food encountered I decided to wait to pack because I’m a spontaneous Taurus and DEFINITELY NOT because I’m an irresponsible procrastinator.   I also didn’t just get my passport less than a week ago, if anyone asks. As far as food goes I’m really nervous …

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