Friday night my friend messaged me to let me know someone was selling an Isle of Skye tour ticket that she and a bunch of others were going on that weekend. I have developed a very “why not” attitude since my study abroad experience is slowly coming to an end and decided to buy it! It was one of the best decisions I’ve made during this whole experience.
Discovering Breathtaking Budapest
The thermal baths spread throughout Budapest are some of the most famous in the world and are a huge reason for tourism booms in this city. Because of this, visiting the well-known outdoor thermal bath was a must on my Budapest agenda!
Walks to School in Edinburgh, Scotland
Although living in San Diego meant my walks to campus were filled with sunshine and palm trees, I found the crisp air and turning Autumn leaves I experienced last year put a smile on my face.
Cruisin’ with the Royals
After a few weeks in Edinburgh, my friends and I realized that we were studying abroad to experience culture – not just to enjoy the nightlife. So I began looking for places to visit that are special to the lovely city of Edinburgh. After careful research on Pinterest of best things to do in Edinburgh, I found out that the Royal Yacht Britannia – the Royal Family’s personal yacht – was permanently docked in Leith, Edinburgh’s port!
Adventures on Calton Hill
Within my first few days in Edinburgh, right before Uni was about to start, my friends and I thought it would be a grand idea to start exploring the place we were beginning to call home. Our first adventure was climbing up the infamous Calton Hill right in the city centre of Edinburgh.
Highlands Of Scotland
Choosing Scotland as my place of study for my duration abroad had a lot to do with the magnificent greenery famous throughout the country.
Living in California with a drought for last few years had me wishing to be in a place where rain was plentiful and foliage was everywhere. Continue reading “Highlands Of Scotland”
First Lessons And Pub Crawls
My first day at Uni was orientation. I was extremely nervous not knowing what to expect or who to talk to. As I entered lecture hall, I surveyed the room looking for a seat and found one next to a girl who also came to orientation alone.
Taking a glance around the room once again after I sat down, I noticed that there were tons of groups already formed, I felt like the biggest outsider and knew I needed to step out of my comfort zone—fast. Continue reading “First Lessons And Pub Crawls”