My time studying abroad is officially over. I have been home for a week now and am working on adjusting back to being home. The actual physical journey home was quite the ordeal–total my luggage was screened 5 times (for only 2 flights…I was pegged for an additional security check which included a patdown, turning
Some goodbyes were very official and definite, others just wound up saying good night one night and it turning out to be the last time we saw each other (at least for now). I like to think of this whole process as a lot of “see you laters” rather than goodbyes. I can say with
I am safely home! However, I will get to details about that in later posts, now it’s time for some backtracking to account for computer problems! Tuesday I went with my friend Nick to Tivoli. It was a nice change of pace since we had been spending all of our time studying. We got their
Hello to my faithful blog readers–my last few posts about my adventures abroad will have to be delayed due to the fact that my computer is not functioning correctly. I guess that means it’s time to go home? As soon as I am home I will finish chronicling my adventures (there’s a farewell dinner, a
Today we packed a picnic lunch and took a quick little jog across the Sound to Sweden for a day trip! Our main goal was Skånes Djurpark, which is a zoo/park housing mostly Scandinavian animals! It turns out that the animals native to Scandinavia are not that different from the northern midwest, but there were certainly
At one point in the semester when I was at the beach walking Alvin with my host mom, I mentioned wanting to jump into the Baltic Sea, where we were walking, and we finally managed to make it happen! My friend Nick also wanted to join in the craziness!
I can’t figure out how to get rid of this little box with text, so we are just stuck with this. It’s finals time which means lots of studying, but also free time from normal school obligations. These are some of those adventures