Ask any student at UNISG what the best part of the university is and the vast majority says study trips. I now understand why. I just spent a week melting in a million degrees temperature, but learning more than I ever thought I would about Calabrese products. … More The Days We Spent Eating and Melting Away…
Today, we have a small interlude from the normal Sunday installment of #MeetTheGastronomes, due to our study trip in Calabria all of last week. I was supposed to have something whipped up for you, with someone’s story ready in the wings, but since I don’t, I thought I might explain the gastronomes. Every week … More But What Do We Actually Do?
Although I have been in Bra for almost a month now, I have been getting a lot of questions about what it is like to live abroad. Many fellow travelers and prospective immigrants wonder how you learn to create a new home abroad. To answer short and sweet, I know literally nothing. It is the … More Fake It Until You Make It
I have such a love/hate relationship with visas. They can be a real pain to get, but they let you live in magical places. They also make your passport look really cool. Working with study abroad students for almost 3 years, I have had to figure out my fair share of … More The Visa Love Affair
When I was little I got a W in self control, it was a skill I was working on….and honestly I think I still am… … More “W” in Self Control
5 weeks, 15 countries, countless lessons but one stands out above the rest….everyone should travel solo, it may just be exactly what you need for the next step in your life…. … More That Was A Great Game
Reason 4685 Why I Love Torino: Its only 2 hours from the sea and my host family has a flat at the sea….this weekend was full of sun, sea, and of course food…..it was a wonderful weekend breaking in my Italian tan… … More Dolce Fa Niente….the sweetness of doing nothing…
The Italians are wonderful, hands down some of the best people around…..boy it feels good to be back home in Torino… … More Are You Hungry? I’ll Make You Pasta!